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CONESTOGAN 

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Elizabethtown College 

Conestogan 2005-2006 




THE HIGH LIBRARY 
ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 
ONE ALPHA DRIVE 
ELIZABETHTOWN, PA 17022-2227 

One Alpha Drive 

Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania 17022-2298 

(717)361-1000 I http://www.etown.edu 



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IE OF CONTENTS 



SENIORS AND MEMORIALS 



EVENTS 




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SPORTS 




RESIDENCE LIFE 




ADMINISTRATION/FACULTY/STAFF 





ENIOR WEEK/GRADUATION 





PARENT(S) ADVERTISEMENTS 






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THE BOOK 



INDEPENDENCE • FRIENDS • MEMORIES • FREEDOM • LIFE 
COMPETITION • CARING • EDUCATION • SERVICE 




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Every year here at Elizabethtown College, 
we find ourselves learning. Our knowledge 
comes from not only in class, but also each time 
we interact with each other. It comes when we 
are pushed just that little bit further to discover 
something new about ourselves and who we 
are becoming. Our roommates and friends 
become our family. Our administrators and 
faculty become our mentors and guides. Those 
special moments we experience as we score the 
winning goal, dance our hearts out in Leffler, 
take charge of a community service program, 
and a dozen other times when we realize just 
how good life is, are more than just moments^ 
lived, they are memories never to be forgotten. 
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MEMORIALS 

Brandee M. Simpson 

October 2, 1983 - July 25, 2003 



I'm glad you're in my dash... 

I read of a man who stood to speak 

At the funeral of a friend, 

He referred to the dates on her tombstone 

From beginning... to the end. 

He noted that first came her date of birth 
And spoke the following date with tears, 
But he said what mattered most of all, 
Was the "Dash" between those years. 

For that dash represents all the time 
That she spent alive on earth 
And now only those who loved her 
Know what that little line is worth, 
For it matters not. how much we own; 
The cars, the house, the cash, 
What matters is how we live and love 
And how we spend our dash. 

So think about this long and hard 
Are there things you'd like to change? 
For you never know how much time is left 
That can still be arranged. 

If we could just slow down enough 
To consider what's true and real, 
And always try to understand 
The way other people feel. 

And be less quick to anger, 
And show appreciation more 
And love the people in our lives 
Like we've never loved before. 

If we treat each other with respect, 
And more often wear a smile. 
Remembering that this special dasH] 
Might only last a little while. 

So when your eulogy's being read 
With your life's actions to rehash.. 
Would you be proud of the things they say 
About how you spent your dash? 

Copyright ® Anonymous 




There are a lot of people here 

Kids from school, I hardly know 

Why am I here, who died? 

am bewildered, no one will answer me 

slowly make my way to the coffin to see 

I am expecting the worst, scared to look 

How can this be? Is this a joke? 

The person in the coffin, it's me 

I can see the pain in my mother's eyes 

My friends all lay yellow roses on my chest 

This isn't happening, it can't be 

I'm going to college in the fall, 

I'm going to be a lawyer, not now though 

They close the coffin and walk away. 

't leave me I cry out, but no one knows 

I stand there and watch 

hey lower the coffin into the ground, 

and I cry 

This can't be I'm sorry! 

Copyright § Brandee M Simpson 



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MEMORIALS 

Nicole M. Prosseda 

November 22, 1983 - November 3, 2005 



Sitting still as stone watching • watching 
People walking by you wondering why 
No one ever stops to talk or thinks about it 
ever did 
What if God shuffled by? 



One day we might see 
Doing not a thing 
Breathing just to breathe 
We might find some reason 



if they 



But rushing around seems what's wrong wi 
Don't lose the dreams inside your head 
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Lying on the ro< 

The stars that fill the sky I wonder if 

Someone in the heavens looking back down on 

never know 

So much space to believe 

Funny when you're small 
The moon follows the car 
There's no one but you see 
Hey, the moon is chasing me 

I worried if I looked away she'd be gone 
Don't lose the dreams inside your head 
They'll only be there till you're dead 
Dream 



WalkJhgTWJfagrfHit wood 

No cares in the world 

The world has come to play 

She's all mine just for a day 

here's not a moment to lose in the game 

Don't let the troubles in your head 

Steal too much time you'll soon be dead 

So play 

All fall down 

It won't be so long now 

t of the darkness comes light like a flash 

You think you can you think you can 

Sometimes that is the problem 

Dream little darling dream 

Spinning on the wind 
The leaf fell from the limb 



But everyday should be a good day to die 

Oh all fall down 

It won't be too long now 

Every fire dies 

I find it hard to explain how 1 got here 

I think I can I think I can 

Then again I will falter 

Dream little darling dream 

Spinning on the wind 
The leaf fell from the limb 



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Hoover Center 



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Right: College Trustee Jim Hoover, 
'75, with his wife Barbara, his son 
Bradley, and mother Nana, called 
his support of his Alma Mater a 
"lifelong written thank-you note". 



Below. By December, the Hoover 
Center's frame was standing 
strong. 








Above: President Theodore Long 
spoke during September's ground- 
breaking ceremony. 



n September 1 5, 2005, Elizabethtown College reachec 
an important milestone as it broke ground on the Jame; 
B. Hoover Center for Business — a facility that will serve as c 
catalyst for the institution's advancement in the coming decades 
The state-of-the-art facility will be the first classroom buildinc 
constructed at the College in more than three decades. The 
Hoover Center is expected to be ready for classes by fall 2006 

The Hoover Center will be the new home of the College'; 
perennially strong business program. The Hoover Center foi 
Business — with its state-of-the-art classrooms — will provid( 
a dynamic learning environment in which these students wil 
gain the experience needed to handle real-world busines: 
issues with expertise and integrity. And, this building wil 
house the new Center for Entrepreneurial Success, which wil 
prepare students to identify business opportunities, capitalize 
on them, and expand businesses nationally and internationally 



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Je/ow: The new business building was starting to take 
hape in late February 2006. 

rl/dd/e: College Trustee Ed Murphy, with his wife Carol, 
upported the project because of the quality of education 
lis daughter Shannon '01 received. 



Below: Jim Hoover '75, President Theodore 
Long, Edward Murphy, and Chairman of the 
Board of Trustees David E. Hosier '72 posed 
with the ceremonial ground-breaking shovel. 









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najor project contributors, and the lead project team joined together to foundation for the building was 
>reak ground on the James B. Hoover Center for Business. complete. 



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The end of August marks the time when students pack up 
all their belongings and move onto campus, perhaps for 
the first time. First year students arrived only days before 
returning students but they were right at home already. 
Orientation helped these recent graduates have a smooth 
transition into the new and exciting life of Eliza bethtown 
College. They arrived early on August 25th, moved into their 
dorm rooms, and met their roommates. Orientation began 
with Convocation, a ceremony welcoming the new first year 
students to the college. During the ceremony, this years 
College Scholars set an example for the first year students 
to achieve. Within the next few days these Elizabethtown 
newcomers got to know one another and the campus. 



Above: Suzanne Brady meets her 
new roommate Elijah Jackson on 
move-in day 2005. 



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Below: Students came equipped with a few things to make 
their standard dorm bed a little more comfortable. 

Middle: These first year girls are having a blast at 
arientation. 



Below: The 2005-2006 
Elizabethtown College, College 
Scholars were honored during 
Convocation for their hard work and 
dedication. 




Above: Freshmen Mark Buchmoyer and Pete Matlack have already 
moved in and set up their stuff. All they need now is food in the 
fridge! 



Above: Freshmen get an 
energetic speech during 
orientation. 



Right: Homecoming King and 
Queen: Dave Hamel and Jessica 
Kelley. 

Below: Homecoming Court: 
Brandon Fiedler and Laura Jacobs 
cruise around together. 





Above: Stephanie Pilichowski 
hides from the evil turtles on the 
Class of 2008's Mario Brothers 
float. 

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he theme of this year's Homecoming Weekend was "Grea 
Inventions" and started off with the Parade through E 
town on Saturday morning. The sunny day then continued intc 
Brinser field for the Annual Midway Fair, where t-shirts, mugs 
food and other merchandise were sold by clubs, organizations 
and outside vendors. 

There were multiple sports games throughout the afternoon 
During the Men's Soccer game, the homecoming court wa« 
presented and the King and Queen were crowned, which were 
Dave Hamel & Jess Kelley. Also the brand new Blue Jay masco^ 
was debuted! 

Later that evening, comedian Richard Lewis, one of Comedy 
Central's top 50 stand-up comedians of all time, came tc 
perform to a packed audience in Leffler Chapel and student 
later enjoyed a dance in the Event space. To wrap up the 
weekend, Phalanx performed their annual Homecoming show 
on Sunday afternoon. It was a wonderful weekend for currenl 
students, parents, and Alumni! 



Below: E-town's Honors Council's float features vending 
machines throughout history. 

Middle: E-town's cheerleaders show school spirit during the 
parade. 



Below: The soccer team runs out on 
the field before the homecoming 
game against Widener 
University. 




Above: The SWEET float claims that M&Ms are the best invention. 



Above: This beautiful clock was 
unveiled outside the BSC. It was a 
gift from the Class of 2005. 




Above: Spectators watch as 
new Blue Jay and old Blue Jay 
meet. 



Above: The new Blue Jay mascot arrives on the soccer field. 



elow: Class Act performs upbeat 
its on Brinser Field. 

Mddle: The stands were packed to 
ratch the Blue Jays play at home. 



Below; The Class of 2007's representatives proudly 
marched while their Post-it Note float won for best 
invention. 




Above: The women's soccer team 
\bove: Other floats competed, like this one featuring the wheel as the beQt g astern University 3-0. 
aest invention. 



Into The Streets 



Right: John Killion teaches kids 
about money using Candy 
Exchange with SIFE. 

Below: E-Town students play 
Bingo with the elderly. 





Above: Young students enjoy 
sand art and a patriotic craft 
presented by E-town's Art Club. 




The goal of Into the Streets is to introduce more college 
students to thoughtful community service and to provide 
a learning experience that will sharpen leadership skills 
and challenge students to volunteer on a regular basis. 

Into the Streets ha collaborative effort that has involved as many as 650 
Elizabethtown College students, staff, administration, and alumni each 
year, in more than 55 activities in the Elizabethtown area community. 
Projects involved activities with youth, senior citizens, the environment, and 
social issues. Students sign up to participate through classes, clubs, SDLCs 
(theme learning communities), honor societies, and/or as individuals. 

Elizabethtown College celebrated it's 1 2th Into the Streets on 
October 22, 2005. This year was the first year that the Board of 
Trustees and President Long were instrumental in "sending" us off 
into the community and the first year for two alumni projects. All 
participants felt validated and inspired by the appreciation expressed 
by the Trustees and President Long. Although our sunshine was of 
the liquid variety, all projects were completed and Elizabethtown 
College's motto, "Educate for Service", was well exemplified. 



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Below: Sock and Buskin, E-town's theater group, held a drama 
workshop to help kids express themselves. 

Middle: E-town students helped kids wrap gifts for disadvantaged 
kids. 



Below: Kristin Vitt, Sarah Spetgang, 
and other Senate members mulched 
the Borough Parks. 






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Elizabethtown Area Middle School. graders make Halloween magnets. 



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Elizabethtown College's fall theatre production featured 
"a heartwarming and witty plot full of mistaken identities, 
compulsive infatuations and bittersweet conspiracy," according 
to director and Associate Professor of Theatre Michael Sevareid. 

"The play commences with a seemingly fatal shipwreck, 
but soon blossoms into a charming story that challenges our 
present day perceptions of love and relationships," Sevareid 
said. Twenty-six Elizabethtown students were involved in the 
production and performance of the play, and a recorder 
ensemble of 1 3 students performed for the first time durin 
the production. The ensemble, Early MUSIC ENSEMBLE, 
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Right: John Schultz and Adrienne 
Pritchard are finished with their 
plates of Thanksgiving dinner. 
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Botterbusch, Lisa Sides, Emily 
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Thanksgiving dinner in the Event 
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Each year Elizabethtown College celebrates Thanksgiving with a tradij 
tional dinner prepared by Dining Services. Several seating time choic 
es are offered to accommodate all students. Tables are reserved ahea< 
of time, with groups of friends signing up to share a special meal togethei 
Faculty, administration, alumni and staff join together at the Thanksgiv- 
ing Dinner to serve the students the home-cooked meal. Volunteers acros 
campus, from the College President to the Professors, wear their aprons 
and carry their trays, proudly adding to the festive atmosphere. The 
college workers are paired with a partner to cater to each table of stu-H 
dents, which includes serving the turkey dinners and clearing the tables. 
A typical Thanksgiving meal consists of turkey and all the fixings, along j 
with a slice of pumpkin pie. In preparation for the Thanksgiving Dinner, | 
Dining Services will prepare over 165 whole turkeys, 190 pounds of cut il 
corn, and 1 1 pumpkin pies, just to name a few items. 
This traditional meal started nearly thirty years ago. In previous years 
an outstanding number of students have attended, making this one of 
the largest and most successful college gatherings. Many of the students 
come to dinner all dressed up and prepared to have a great time. The 
students can sit back, relax, and enjoy the sight of their professors wait- 
ing on them. 

Thanksgiving is a time for us to reflect and give thanks to those who are 
most important to us. It is also a time to enjoy the good company, good 
times and good food. Students get together to enjoy a home-cooked 

meal and to celebrate the holiday with their college family. 



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Below: Students devoured their seasonal dinners in the Marketplace. Below: Jenn Kline, Mariah Manning, 

Cassidy Zammit, Laura Siddoway 
Middle: Mariah Manning, Cassidy Zammit, Erin Vosburgh , and Laura pose with their professor John Ruscio 
Siddoway during dessert time. during their dinner. 




Above: Lauren Seachrist, Stacy Duh, Jocelyn Robertson, Amanda Gulla, and Amanda Milner shared 
their Thanksgiving Dinner with each other. 



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Fall One Acts 



Right: Olivia Awad, Ezra Schatz, and 
Sara Deysher in Naomi in the Living 
Room by Christopher Durang and 
directed by Amanda Brunish. 

Below: Finding the Love of Your 
Life directed by Tyson Evensen 
starred Nyasha Hungwe, Jocelyne 
Horstmann, and Jay Harper. 




Above: Steve Haberman, Dan 
Woodhead, Regina Duke in Doing 
a Good One for the Red Man by 
Mark Medoff and directed by Mike 
Gephart. 



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One Act Festival, which was held in Tempest Theatre, in the 
BSC. The festival, which takes place twice a year, feature: 
one-act plays that are directed and performed by students 
Associate Professor of Theatre Michael Sevareid describee 
the festival as a way "for the students to feel empowered 
make decisions about their own theatre experiences and ac 
as directors and producers of dramatic material." 
Plays to be presented include "I Am" by Brian Dykstra 
directed by Megan Rees; "Finding the Love of Your Life' 
by Jules Tasca, directed by Tyler Evensen; "Naomi in the 
Living Room" by Christopher Durang, directed by Amandc 
Brunish; "The Battle of Bull Run Always Makes Me Cry" by 
Carole Read, directed by Devon Fahy; "The Good Doctor' 
by Neil Simon, directed by Andrew Mannion; "Arabiar 
Nights" by David Ives, directed by Christine Emerick; "Car 
this Marriage Be Saved" by Rich Orloff, directed by Danielle 
Shantz; "The Gingerbread Lady" by Neil Simon, directed by 
Julie Strickland; "Doing a Good One for the Red Man" by 
Mark Medoff, directed by Michael Gephart; "Double Take,' 
directed by Stephanie Sevelovitz ; and "Today's Special,' 
directed by Lisa Sweney. 



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bw: The Defenseless Creature by Neil Simon and directed by 

drew Mannion starred Megan Roberts, Ezra Schatz, and Kayla 

nock. 

idle: Mari DeOleo, Kristen Vitt, and Sam Gillam in The 

igerbread Lady by Neil Simon and directed by Julie Strickland. 



Below: Adam Botterbusch, Sarah 
Nurnberger, Lyndsey Mulholland, and 
Elyse Venturella in The Battle of Bull Run 
Always Makes Me Cry, by Carole Reed 
and directed by Devon Fahy. 




bove: Pearse Lombard, Allison Koechig, and Nate 
bel starred in I Am by Brian Dykstra and directed by 
.egan Rees. 



Above: Can This Marriage Be Saved? by Rich 
Orloff and directed by Danielle Shantz starred 
Amanda Wormann, Blair Shappell, Sam Gillam 
and Steve Haberman. 






Lil Sibs Weekend 



Right: This big sib had great time 
helping her two lil' sibs with their 
race cars. 

Below: This group of sibs has their 
race car almost complete. 





Above: Bill Hamilton helps his lil' sib 
build a race car for the E-town 500. 

Above right: Students and lil' sibs 
enjoyed a beautiful day outside. 



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Elizabethtown College is proud of this event which brings student's 
young family members to campus. Lil' Sibs Weekend is the 
Elizabethtown College tradition of being with the little siblings, cousins, 
or close friends of the family to the college for a fun-filled, memory 
making weekend. 

This year's theme was "Race into E-town" . It focused on activities 
such as the movie Herbie: Fully Loaded. The young participants could 
make their own race cars and garages. The event also introduced the 
very first E-town 5001! There were over 1 50 lil' sibs registered for the 
weekend!! This event is sponsored by the Office of Student Activities. 



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This year's Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day theme was "In The 
Spirit of Community." This year's celebration consisted of the 
: irst Annual Dr. King Student Fellow essay contest, two interactive 
ectures, a Town Hall Meeting on Race, a candlelight re-enactment 
narch and a gospel extravaganza. The Dr. King Committee was co- 
:haired by Rachel Jones Williams '06 - president of Noir, the Black 
Student Society of Elizabethtown College, Dr. David Brown — Associate 
'rofessor of History, and James Felton — Director of Multicultural Affairs. 

rhisyearwasthefirstyearfortheDr.King StudentFellow Award. The firstplace 
winner was Meghan Allen '08, the second place winner was Shaleen Spulio 
09 and third prize went to Tamara Burch '08. The winners were awarded 
$500, $250 and $100 in books (respectively) from the school store. 

.ectures on different aspects of the Civil Rights Movement were presented 
oy Dr. Sylvester Williams of the Business Department and Professor David 
Donovan of the Communications Department. The Town Hall Meeting 
which is an open forum for conversation was attended by students, 
: aculty, staff and administration. The day ended with a candlelight 
narch from the BSC to Leffler Chapel for the Gospel Extravaganza, 
tfhich featured various performers from surrounding communities. 




Above: Dr. King Committee Co- 
Chairs James Felton, Rachel Jones 
Williams, and Dr. David Brown 



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Spring One Acts 



Right: Elyse Venturella, Blair 
Shappell, Matt Witkovsky, Ezra 
Schatz, Jocelyne Horstmann, 
Pearse Lombard, Mike Gephart, 
Nate Abel, and Matt Metzel 
starred in ID directed by Becky 
Prough. 

Below: A Streetcar Named Desire 
was directed by Ashley Kerns and 
starred Sarah Deysher, Brandon 
Fiedler, and Olivia Awad. 




Above: Sure Thing was directed 
by Carrie Beals and starred Will 
Secrist and Devon Fahy. 




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even plays directed, designed and produced by 
' Eliza bethtown College theatre students were presented 
during the College's annual one-act festival. 



Shows presented included "The Lottery," directed by Ryan 
Gruber; "The Office," directed by Stephanie Sevelovitz; "The 
Sure Thing," directed by Carrie Beals; "Anticipation," written by 
Will Sechrist and directed by Rachel Shaw; "A Streetcar Named 
Desire," directed by Ashley Kerns; "The Longest Afternoon of 
the Year," directed by Natasha Threatts; and "ID," directed by 
Rebecca Prough, who also designed the lighting for all of the 
one-acts. 



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Below. Sarah Nurnberger and Steve Haberman 
starred in Anticipation, directed by Rachel Shaw. 

Middle: Stephanie Sevelovitz directed The Office, 
which starred Nyasha Hungwe, Sarah Woodward, 
Allison Koechig, and Kayla Turnock. 



Below: David Hoffman, Ashley Miller, Natalie Musser, 
Kim Regan, Megan Roberts, Lisa McNamara, Allie 
Sevareid, Eric Sevareid, John Barborek, Jon Blake, 
Christine Emerick, Karey Eschenbrenner, Heather Foy, 
Samuel Gillam, Amy Glass, David Hamel, Katie Hauser, 
Shannon Shughart, Emily Smith, Graham Stokes, Brittani 
Summers, Erin Summers, Lisa Sweney, Hannah Taylor, 
Kami Tyler, Kristin Vitt, and Amanda Wormann starred 
in The Lottery which was directed by Ryan Gruber. 





Above: Many Elizabethtown students love being involved in the 
student directed one acts. 









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Above: Natasha Threatts directed 
The Loveliest Afternoon of the Year 
which starred Aaron Trusky and Lily 
Newhouse. 



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Right: Hazeem Matta (Mr. 
Founders), Nyasha Hungwe (Mr. 
Quads), Jeff Taylor (Mr. Brinser), 
Steve Sanchez (Mr. SDLC), Kyle 
Hart (Mr. Royer), Joe Hines (Mr. 
Apartments), Tim Kelchner (Mr. 
Off-Campus and winner of Mr. E- 
town), and Shayne Eisenhauer (Mr. 
Ober). 

Below: Shayne Eisenhauer did 
the YMCA with his version of the 
Village People. 




Above: Tim Kelchner did a 
performance to a medley of 
songs. 

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rom nominations to elections to the actual performance, 
the "male beauty pageant," also known as Mr. E-Town, 
held here at Elizabethtown since 2001, has truly become a 
tradition. A total of eight menare involved in the competition, 
Mr. Apartments, Mr. Brinser, Mr. Founders, Mr. Off-Campus, Mr. 
Ober, Mr. Royer, Mr. SDLC, and Mr. Quads. For approximately 
ten weeks, they worked together to learn the group dance to 
"It's Raining Men" and to prepare their own personal parts 
of the competition. Overall, the competition consists of three 
areas: a group dance, an individual lip sync, and a personal 
style with question and answer. As we saw this year, the question 
that everyone always asked was, "Who will 'Rain' as King?" 

Mr. Off -Campus-Tim Kelchner 

(Mr. E-Town 2006) 

Mr. Quads-Nyasha Hungwe 

Mr. Royer-Kyle Hart 

Mr. SDLC-Steve Sanchez 



Mr. Apartments- Joe Hines 
Mr. Brinser-Jeff Taylor 
Mr. Founders-Hazem Matta 
Mr. Ober-Shayne Eisenhauer 



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elow: Kyle Hart performed to a mix of songs from 
"Footloose." 



Below: Hazem Matta made sure 
everyone danced when he performed. 



Middle: Jeff Taylor rowed across stage to some 80's music. 




Above: Steve Sanchez had all the girls when he performed. 



Above: Mike Bauer and Jenna 
Heimbaugh hosted the 2006 Mr. 
Etown contest. 





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Saturday, April 8, 2006, was a night to remember for 
many Eliza bethtown College juniors and seniors. Students 
from the college arrived dressed in their best for one of 
the timeless moments of their lives, the annual Junior-Senior 
Formal. 

This annual event was held at the Radisson of Harrisburg. 
The Student Senate representatives of the class of 2007 
worked diligently throughout the year to successfully plan this 
event, which was titled "Fire and Ice." The theme was carried 
throughout the ballroom with a center piece that included ^ 

faux ice, blue lights, and a red candle. This formal event was 
nded by over 500 students who enjoyed a three coui 
ner followed by several hours on the dance floor as the ( 
played the most recent hits until late into the night. Stude 
had the opportunity to get rooms at the hotel and many 
i the night. 



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Below: Students have a great time as 
the DJ plays the most up to date songs. 



Below: Showing off a black and white theme, Junior Mark 
LaPalomento and Seniors Melissa Maioriello and Jeremy 
Davis come together for one of the final great moments of 
their year. 




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Stewart, Jenna Heimbaugh, and Lindsay Lampreda take time after 
tier for the camera 



Above: Senior Christina Giglio and 
Sophomore Laura Sheridan prove 
that they have incredible moves as 
they hit the dance floor. 



A Funny Thing Happened On 
the Way to the Forum 



Right-. Hero is swaying with his love, 
the courtesan Philia. Hero is played 
by Trent DeArment, and Philia is 
played by understudy Alyssa Miller. 

Below. Steve Haberman played 
the Great Captain, Miles Gloriosus. 
With him, are the beautiful 
Geminae twins, played by Devon 
Fahy, and Kristen Ebersole. 









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Above: The two leading men, 
Pseudolus and Hysterium, are played 
by Mike Gephart, and Ezra Schatz. 



Elizabethtown College's spring theatre production, "A Funny 
Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," featured the 
work of some of E-town's talented students. "As director, I 
tend to try to work with student designers, supervising them 
from a design standpoint," Shari Taylor said. "That's what 
makes our program at Elizabethtown distinctive. Students get 
to try their hand at things for which they have a certain level 
of skill and expertise." 

Sophomore Andrew Mannion, designed the set for the 
production. Junior Becky Prough served as lighting designer; 
senior Sarah Nurnberger was costume mistress; and props 
were handled by senior Rachel Shaw, Ohio. In addition, 
senior Ashley Kerns choreographed; senior Mila Henry was 
rehearsal pianist; and stage managers were first-year 
students Graham Stokes and sophomore Katie Hauser. 



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Below-. Lycus, Hysterium, Pseulolus, and Senex 

are performing "Everybody Ought to Have a 

Maid!" 

Middle: Hysterium groveling to Domina, 

played by Amanda Wormann. 



Below: Pseudolus, played by Mike Gephart is finally free. 




Above: The entire cast are thrilled to be singing the Finale Ultimo. 



Above: Erronius was played 
by English professor Dr. John 
Rohrkemper. 



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Below: The gorgeous weather on 
TGIS allowed students a chance to 
get out for some fresh air and kick 
back with their favorite book. 




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Above: Friends happily paired 
off in twos for a few rounds of 
horseshoes that were set up for 
the occasion. 




In April, TGIS weekend, or "Thank God It's Spring", celebrates 
the arrival of spring. The weekend includes outdoor activities 
and games, a foam dance, and musical performances. 

This year the weekend was kicked off on Thursday with 
"Recycled Percussion" performing on Brinser Field. Third Eye 
Blind, with opener Raining Jane, played Thompson Gym on 
Friday. Saturday afternoon, students enjoyed big chair photos, 
a Monkey Motion Quad Pod, volleyball, horseshoes, bocci ball, 
and food. Later that night, E-town students danced the night 
away at a foam dance party and ate pizza on Brinser field 



Below: Joel Hoffman and Pat MacAdams scan 
Brinser field for fellow friends and good times. 



Middle: Others were also enjoying some quality 
time with friends. 



Below: Kara Osborn was among many that took advan- 
tage off all the "carnival food," that dining service had 
to offer. Besides hot dogs there was also snow cones, fun- 
nel cake, fried vegetables, and cotton candy, to name a 
few. 




Above; Big Chair photo opportunities had several large groups of 
ids clambering for a spot a top the enormous blow up chair. 



Above: Ahmed El Guerrab takes 
a familiar spot on the volleyball 
court, to serve against the 
opposing team. 



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Below: Horse shoe pits gathered 
a lot of interest from E-town 
students, looking for something fun 
to do with friends. 




Above: Sophomore Eric 
Woltkamp gets in on the fun, by 
joining a volleyball game. 



Below: Who knew TGIS was such a good time to 
get a little silly and dress up for the occasion? 

Middle: Guess who? Oh, Jared! 



Below: Food, friends, fun! That's what TGIS was 
all about this year. 




Above: Even the student dining services workers didn't let the fact 
that they had to work Saturday get them down. 



Above: Couples took advantage 
of the nice weather to pick a nice 
spot on Brinser Field and enjoy the 
sun. 




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Below: President of 
Emotions, Christine 
Giglo, takes center 
stage in one of the 
many numbers she 
performed in. 



Right: Both a member of 

Mad Cow and Sock and 

Buskin , Freshman Michael 

Gephart has dived into the 

theatrical experiences 

E-town has to offer. 



Above: After endless 
hours of practicing 
for the big show the 
members of Emotions 
form a tight bond with 
each other and like to 
swap stories before and 
after taking the stage. 




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LrziCollege's dance group 
currently has over 1 00 members. 
Every member has the opportunity 
to showcase their talents in at 
least one musical number during 
the two big shows they put on 
each year. 

The History Club is a group 
made up of History majors that 
like to get together and discuss 
what they can do for their 
department, taking cues from not 
only the past, but also looking 
towards the future. 

Sock and Buskin is the campus's 
theater group. Members do not 
necessarily share a theater major, 
but instead a love of the stage. 

Mad Cow, E-town's comedy 
improv group, is a group of 
members all out to make their 
audience laugh. This year the 
group had the opportunity to 
travel as far as North Carolina to 
display their talents. 



Left: Both Sock and Buskin and Mad 
Cow provide audiences with nights filled 
with tears and laughter every time they 
perform. 




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Below: Karey Eshenbrener and Meghan Miller of the 
Education Club spoke to the crowd about what they 
could do to raise money and awareness for the sick 
children who benefited from the AT Benefit Concert. 




Above: A member of the Chemistry 
Club demonstrates the importance 
of safety to local children at Into 
The Streets. 

Right: Local community children 

are enthralled with the idea of 

performing experiments with the 

Chemistry Club. 











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Above: SoHL volunteers helped 
local elementary school children 
have fun with a pinnata during 
Into The Streets. 

Left: Two SoHL members danced 
the night away during the group's 
sponsored Hispanic Heritage Days. 



The Education Club at 
Elizabethtown cares not only 
about learning how to teach the 
youth of tomorrow, but also how 
to help improve the education 
system currently in use. By holding 
benefits like AT, these future 
teachers show a lot of heart. 

Elizabethtown's Chemistry Club 
is an academic group on campus 
composed of chemistry majors. 

Honors Council is a group full of 
students that have demonstrated 
the ability to go above and 
beyond what is expected of them 
academically. 

La Socieda Hispanica de La 
Universidad de Elizabethtown 
(SOhlS) hosts events on campus 
to promote the Latino/Hispanic 
cultures and the Spanish 
language. 




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Below: The SIFE Team proudly posed for a float picture 
the morning of the Homecoming parade. The members 
created their float, using the Stock Market as their 
inspiration. 



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Above: John Killion and Jon Schutlz 
are very active students. Not only do 
they actively participate in SIFE but 
they are also leading participants 
of SEAC. 

Right: Kim Wefelmeyer, and other 

members of SIFE, volunteered some 

of their time to help the elderly at 

the Masonic Village. 






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The Student Environmental 
Action Coalition Club, 
led by Preston Klingseis, is a 
group committed to making our 
environment a better place. They 
realize that even the smallest 
changes make a difference. 

The members of SIFE are some 
very busy people. You can find 
them popping up anywhere 
from the Masonic Village to the 
Chamber of Commerce on any 
given day. 

Proudly waving flags of blue, 
the Color Guard works hard to 
present a parade appropriate 
show, full of synchronization and 
flair. 

Accounting and Finance Club 
is a group of active majors 
always willing to take that 
extra step to further their 
education. 

Left: The Color Guard 
members don't mind the 
hard work and numer- 
ous practices that go 
into preparing for the 
Homecoming parade. 





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Above: A few 
members of the 
K9 Club prepare 
their gum blowing 
contest table for 
the homecoming 
crowds. 

Right: The women 

of Melica came 

out to help raise 

money for a 

wonderful benefit 

concert hosted 

by the Education 

Club. 



Below: The K9 Club poses 
for a group picture before 
taking their dogs out for an 
early morning walk around 
the community. 



Right: Sophomore Emily 
Wise took center stage 
to sing her heart out 
for sick kids at the AT 
Benefit concert. 





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Above: Nichole Acosta 
of E-town's Asian Culture 
Association sports a 
recently purchased college 
scarf at Homecoming. 



Elizabethtown's K9 Club is 
a group of students who 
share a love of canines. They 
raise money for dog related 
projects and walk community 
dogs. 

Melica is Elizabethtown's 
female singing group. They 
practice often and have many 
shows throughout the year. 

Elizabethtown's Asian Culture 
Association is a group of students 
who discuss the Asian traditions 
and culture. They often share 
their passion of the Asian culture 
with the campus community. 

Alpha Mu, also known as the 
Music Therapy Club, is composed 
of a promising group of music 
majors. 




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Below: Members of Habitat for Humanity happily 
paint the walls of a newly built house a bright white for 
it's new owners. 



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Above: During the 
construction of a habitat 
house the rooms look 
barren and rough but at 
the end of the day the 
whole crew realizes just 
how worth it their work 
was. 

Right: Even on the coldest 

of days Habitat for 

Humanity is willing to lend 

a hand. 



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Rachel Jones Williams and the 
members of NOIR organized 
several events throughout the 
year. Soul food, MLK Day, and 
other cultural events were just 
among a few of them. 



Gifted freshmen are 
invited into the ALD 
Honor Society each year after 
proving that they have the 
talent and ambition to go far 
during their college career. 

The students involved in 
Habitat for Humanity gather 
together several times a month 
to visit local building sites in 
order to help prepare housing 
for families in need. 

Psychology Club is a group 
of tightly bonded Psychology 
Majors working together to help 
improve their major and how it 
effects the world. 

NOIR made its presence 
known, on campus, and in the 
E-town Community, through 
several events throughout the 
year. They've organized such 
events as Martin Luther King 
Day and soul food dinners 
that the E-town Community has 
happily attended. 




Below: Members of SWEET 
decorate festive Easter eggs. 




Above: Tuesday night 

news talent Melissa Min- 

gus and Olivia Edlund 

prepare every week for 

their live news broadcast 

by looking over the new 

script. 

Right: Kelly Walsh has 

been a member of ECTV 

for four years and in that 

time has had a chance 

to fine-tune her weather 

informing abilities in front 

of the green screen. 






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ECTV is a student run 
and operated televi- 
sion station. It includes cur- 
rent events, weather, sports 
and campus news, plus orig- 
inal programming. 

Student Senate at Eliza- 
bethtown are the elected 
students who vote on deci- 
sions for each of the classes 
and fund-raising. 

Elizabethtown's S.W.E.E.T. 
is a group of students who 
organize events for the cam- 
pus community such as new 
movies, dances, celebrity 
speakers, and comedians. 

The Conestogan is the 
group of students who de- 
sign and put the yearbook 
together every year. Each 
year they work to improve 
upon the style and layout of 
the year before. 

Left: Jenn Kline and 
Steven Vernaci pause 
for a quick photo 
while working on the 
Conestogan. 



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group in tempo with his natural 
abilities at the mic. 



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Members of the Biology Club, Tri Beta, and 
Medicus get to know their "home" Esbenshade 
more than almost any other majors on campus. These 
dedicated students study long and work hard in order 
to one day make advancements in science. 

The Etownian staff helps the campus keep on top of 
weekly news. They provide information about what's 
happening on campus and nation wide. 

Future presidents in the making? The College 
Democrats is a group of politically minded students 

interested in following our 
government's policies and 
decisions. 

Phi Beta Lambda is 
the college branch of the 
Future Business Leaders of 
America. They recognize 
members for achievement 
in a business curriculum. 

Phalanx, the all-male a 
cappella group on campus, 
demonstrates great skill 
for performance. Their 
clear and soulful voices 
keep their audiences 
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communication 
major that feels 
right at home with 
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Above: Ryan St. Clair races for the 
finish line. 

Right: Tyson Evensen takes strides 
smoothly to find a pace. 

Far Right: Dave Cohen and Greg 
Wetzel peer into the distance. 




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Eross Country 

Elizabethtown College men's cross country team has the opportunity 
in 2005 to do something no other program in the history of the College 
has done: win it's seventh consecutive conference title. The Blue 
Jays' current streak of six consecutive Middle Atlantic Conference 
championships from 1999 to 2004 is tied with the College record 
of six MAC titles for the men's soccer team from 1962 to 1967. 
Also, Elizabethtown will be trying to qualify as a team for the NCAA 
Division III for the fifth time in the last seven years. In 2004, the Blue 
Jays finished 15th in the nation, and second in the Mideast Region. 



Roster (A-Z): 

R. Allmond, B. Bear, D. 

Bresnahan, D. Cohen, S. 

Uerkacz, H Donovan, T. 
Evensen, D. Graybeal, J. 
Keeler, E. Metz, J. Munnelly. 
R. Mulcahy, N. Patterson, 
D. Rulander, R. St. Clair, 
J. Slusser, J. Theobald. G. 
Wetzel 







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Scores 

• LEBANON VALLEY 
COLLEGE 6TH/ 17 

• DICKINSON COLLEGE 
3RD/29 

• OHIO WESLEY^ 
— 4TH/13 

• PENN STATE 28TH 

• GETTYSBURG 
COLLEGE 17TH/23 

• ELIZABETHTOWN 
| 3RD/8 

JUNIATA COLLEGE 

1ST/12 

MIDEAST REGIONAL 
CHAMPIONSHIPS 

DICKINSON COLLEGE 

5TH/40 



Left: Patrick Donovan 
shuffles along the field. 

Below: Ryan Mulcahy takes 
a deep breathe while running. 





CROSS-COUN • TRY 
Abbr. XC or X-C; adj. Moving 

OR DIRECTED ACROSS OPEN 
COUNTRY RATHER THAN 
FOLLOWING TRACKS, OR ROADS. 




Above: Jon Slusser stays ahead of the 
competition. 

Left: Dave Bresnahan and Drew Graybeal jog 
together. 






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Above: At an away match, Amanda 
Santore pushes herself to the finish line. 

Right: Sarah Grove runs her hardest 
trying to pass her opponents. 

Far Right: Erin Deihl pulls ahead of the 
other teams. 

Women's 

Sross Country 

Elizabethtown College enters the 2005 season off the heels of winning 
it's first Middle Atlantic Conference title and making it's first NCAA 
Division III Championship meet appearance as a team. They finished 
19th in the country in the process, in 2004. The Blue Jays' goal for 
this season will be to maintain the level of success it recently achieved, 
defending it's conference title and remaining one of the Mideast 
Region's top teams. 



Roster (A-Z): 
E. Chappel, A. Daws, E. 
Deihl, T. Fagan, E. Fisher, D. 
Frye, S. Grove, L. Heppard, 
N. Imler, S. Jones, T. Kulp, K. 
Lamp, A. Rahtes, M. Ryder, 
A. Santore, K. Whalen 




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/23 




^Scores 

• LEBAr 
COLLEGE 2ND/14 

• DIC GE 
|h2^ 

• GflJpYSl 
COLLEC 

• junfat\coE!P!ge 

4TH/< ' 

HTO\ 
D(T)/9 

juniata College 

ND/14 

MIDEAST REGIONAL 
HAMPIONSHIPS^ 
DICKINSON COLLEGE 
bRD/42 



Left: Teammates Allison 
Rahtes and Amanda 
Daws support each other 
throughout the race 

Below: Erin Deihl starts the 
race off fast. 



•£L^\SfHTOW^^ 

!nd(T)/q 




CROSS-COUN 'TRY 
Abbr. XC or X-C; adj. Moving 

OR DIRECTED ACROSS OPEN 
COUNTRY RATHER THAN 
FOLLOWING TRACKS, OR ROADS. 



Above: Erin Fisher takes the lead, leaving her 
opponent behind her. 

Left: Samantha Jones and Tiffany Kulp run in a 
pack as they push forward. 



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Women's 




SFlELD BOOCKEY 



ibethtown College's field hockey team has been working incredibly 
hard. "They came in much better physical condition; they were in 
much better shape than last year," said head coach Sharon Sw* 
Combine that with the fact that the team is "more familiar with the 
system..." according to Sweger, Elizabethtown could be improved 
this year. Furthermore, on a roster that currently has 24 players, 
ten of them are first-year students. "As a group, the first-years will 
be contributing," said Sweger. "The returning players, in tin 
really set a good example with conditioning..." said Sweger. 



Roster (A-Z): 

M Angstadt. V Bawdl. W 



le with co 





Diehl, A. 



Duval, S. 



N. Lyakhovetskaya, A. 
Marsala. J. Mastromarino, 
S. McFarland, A. Miles, 
H. Moody, A. Mowery, B. 
Steese, K. Snyder, J. Pechart 
M. Policicchio, L. Rinck, M. 
Slessinger, B. Spriggle, A. 
Stanley, S. Terry 



HB 



Scores 

• LYNCHBURG 4-1 

• ROANOKE 2-0 

• FRANKLIN & 
MARSHALL 2-f 

• MCDANIEL 4- 



.LEY 1-2 



Le/i: Freshman, Sarah Terry 
practices on the playing field. 

Below: Andrea Marsala, 
sophomore, and freshman, 
Megan Angstadt are 
for a match. 



* 



WIlBEi 1-0 

[iMR-o 

iAN 2-1 ' 

B:sn.f 

BIAH 0-3 
ENER 2-1 
-DICKINSON 5-2 

SUSQUEHANNA 2-3 
JUNIATA 3-1 
LSCRANTON 3-2 
0-3 






IS 



$ 



FieldHockey 



Noun, a game played on a 
turfed field between two 
teams of 11 players each 
whose object is to direct 
a ball into the opponent's 
goal with a hockey stick. 






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.jfci^ 



r7 



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Above: Freshman, Kelsey Diehl takes on the 
opposing team. 

Left: Jen Pechart strikes the ball to a nearby 
teammate. 



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Right: Maurice Rapp strikes the 
ball. 

Far Right: Mike Wagner 
concentrates. 



EN'S 

OaoLF 



The 2005 fall golf campaign resulted in a 32- win, 32-loss record in 
tournament play. The highlight of the season was a 2nd place finish 
at the Susquehanna Tournament held at Edgewood-in-the-Pines where 
the team shot a season low score of 316. Junior Bob Pyrz led the 
way for the Blue Jays with a 78.6 stroke average while firing a low 
round of 75. The team is very young and looks to make some noise 
in the 2006 spring season. 



Roster (A-Z): 

M. Albrycht, S. Dar, K. Foltz, 

H. Gross, C. Marrara, B. 

Pyr^^n<akow^^T<app^t 
Salansky, M. Wagner 




Team Picture 
Not Available 



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Scores 

• FRANKLIN & 
MARSHALL 337 
13TH/18 

• SUSQUEHANNA 316 
2ND/12 

• LEBANON VALLEY 323 
9TH/.19 

• ALBRIGHT 329-321 
jFALL BLUE JAY 
I CLASSIC 327 11TH/14 



Left: Hunter Gross tallies his 
score. 

Below: Micah Albrycht 
watches his through-put. 




Noun, a game in which a 
player using special clubs 
attempts to sink a ball with 
as few strokes as possible 
into each of the 9 or 18 
successive holes on a course. 




Above: Bob Pyrz confidently walks across the 
green. 

Left: Alex Rakow gives it his best, as an onlooker 
evaluates. 



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Above: Senior, Brian Zalasky, and 
sophomore, Michael Terry celebrate 
a goal. 

Right: Junior, Brennan Reichenbach 
steals the ball. 




Far Right: Freshman, Wes Bunting 
watches the ball go towards the net. 



EN'S 



Elizabethtown College men's soccer team enters the 2005 season 
as the defending champion of the Commonwealth Conference, 
a position which, provided all the pieces fit together well, it has a 
decent chance of defending. The Blue Jays will also be going for 
their 54th consecutive season with a .500-or-better record in 2005. 
Elizabethtown returns 17 out of its 30 players who appeared last 
year, when the Blue Jays advanced to the second round of the NCAA 
Division III tournament after knocking off the 2003 national runner- 
up. As always, Elizabethtown's goal will be to play exciting, attractive 
- but ultimately winning - soccer. 

Roster (A-Z): 
J.Boushell, W. Bunting, 
M. Diller, O. Friedrich, Z. 

Galbraith, K. Grabiak, D. 
Gring, B. Healy, M. Helsel, M. 
Henry, J. Hoffman, B. Holt, 
C. Jennings, A. Kummerer, P. 
Moore, J. Mullen, S. Petrosky, 
B. Raveling, B. Reichenbach, 
T. Reinmiller, J. Runyon, G. 
Snow, T Sprau, M. Terry, R. 
Winstanley, B. Young 



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Scores 

RUTGERS-CAMDE 

FRANKLIN 
MARSHALL 1- 




1-2 









WS^EY 2-1 

MONTCLAIR ^TATL 2-0 
DRjpA/ 0-1 

PENN ST 

SUK/UEr 
INC 

LEBANON VALLEY 1-0 
MUHLENBERG 2-1 
BRIDGEWATER 1-0 
WIDENER 1-0 
JUNIATA 2-1 
WILKES 0-0 
MORAVIAN 5-0 
ALVERNIA 3-0 
MESSIAH 0-1 
SUSQUEHANNA 3-0 
MESSIAH 1-2 



Left: Brian Raveling gets 
ready to show off his talents. 

Below: A.J. Fleisher throws 
the ball to a teammate from 
the sideline. 




NOUN. A GAME PLAYED BETWEEN 
TWO TEAMS OF 1 1 PLAYERS EACH 
WITH THE OBJECT TO PROPEL 
A BALL INTO THE OPPONENT'S 
GOAL BY KICKING OR BY HITTING 
WITHOUT HANDS AND ARMS. 




It *** 



Above: Senior and team captain Brian Zalasky 
prepares to take a shot. 

Left: Senior team captain Brian Healy in action. 



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Above: Brooke Dotterer charges 
at the ball to keep it away from her 
opponent. 

Right: liana Unger is remaining 
focused as she winds up to kick the 
ball upfield. 

Far Right: Jenna Russo breaks away 
with the ball. 

Women's 




Elizabeth town College head coach Barry Dohner '83 is looking at 
the 2005 season as a new beginning for the team. This season will 
see quite a few new faces, both on the field and on the sidelines. Not 
only are there 1 1 first-year students -- the Blue Jays also have a new 
assistant coach in Herb Fenstermacher '69, who will join Dohner, 
George Nimo and Henrik Madsen on the sidelines. There is going to 
be a big group of first-year students. They changed tradition a bit, and 
it has worked very well. They ran the preseason differently and it let 
the players bond together. 

Roster (A-Z): 

J. Alvanitakis, L. Bosko, L. 
Brown, B. Dotterer, A. Freeland, 
J. Fromuth, C. Gallagher, G. 
Geiger, E. Gunter, J. Halstead, 

C. Hoskins, J. Hudon, J. 
Leggett, J. Long, K. McCauley, 

D. Mellen, L. Michael, D. Moyer, 
H. Newswanger, E. O'Brien, R 
Ostroski, L. Reeve, J. Russo, 
A. Shaak, R. Szarzynski, E. 
Taraschi, K. Trumbo, I. Unger 

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SCOR1 

• SALISBURY 1J 

• EASTERN 
CONNECTM 

• MARY WAS] -IINC 
1-2 

• MCDANIEl 4-1 

• ROWAN 1-2 

• SCRANTON 1-0 

• YORK (PA.) 3-2 
•LYCOMING 8 -0 

• GETTYSBURG 2-3 

• LEBANON VALLEY 1-0 

• DELAWARE VALLEY 
3-0 

| MORAVIAN 0-2 
» ALBRIGHT 3-2 

• EASTERN 3-0 

• JUNIATA 3-0 

• WIDENER 6-1 
USQUEHANNA 4-0 

• MESSIAH 1-4 
MORAVIAN 0-1 



Left: Keeley Trumbo sprints 
across the field for an open pass. 

Below: Jenny Fromuth takes 
control of the ball with Lindsay 
Brown looking for the pass. 




NOUN. A GAME PLAYED BETWEEN 
TWO TEAMS OF 1 1 PLAYERS EACH 
WITH THE OBJECT TO PROPEL 
A BALL INTO THE OPPONENT'S 
GOAL BY KICKING OR BY HITTING 
WITHOUT HANDS AND ARMS. 




Above: Jeanette Halstead and Brooke Dotterer 
surround the goalie waiting for a shot at the goal. 

Left: Robin Szarzynski and Gretchen Geiger race 
to take the ball away from their opponent. 



95 




Above: Ashley McM aster taps the 
ball to get it over the net. 

Right Heather Lander serves the ball 
hoping to ace her opponent. 

Far Right: Laurelyn Foderaro waits 
for her opponent to return the ball. 

Women's 



IFennis 




The Blue Jays' non-conference schedule will be considerably more 
difficult this year. "Last year," said head coach Matt Helsel, "we had 
the gaudy record, but we didn't really go anywhere," referring to 
the Blue Jays' omission from the NCAA Division III tournament field 
in May 2005 and the team's top national ranking of 32nd. In the 
future, such a circumstance will not be possible, as the winner of 
the Commonwealth Conference title will receive an automatic NCAA 
Division III tournament bid beginning in 2006-07. With the automatic 
bid one year away, however, the Blue Jays will play perhaps their most 
difficult schedule ever with an eye toward seeing where they stand on 
the national level before the automatic berth becomes available. 



Roster: 

L. Foderaro, J. Fromuth, 
L. Furman, H. Lander, A. 

McMaster. 5. Shapiro, h. 
Smith, K. Trimbey, A. Yu 




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ANT 




«*-■--***-***-■ 




IORES 

r ON 5-4 

SUSQUEHANNA 8-1 

• MEREE •■! 

• JUNIATA 9-0 

• MORAVIAN 4-5 



Left: Alice Yu gets ready to 
strike the airborn ball. 

Below: Leslie Furman runs 
to hit, with seconds to spare. 



• FRANKLIN & 
MA 

• MESSIAH 6-3 

• LEBANON VALLEY < 
|» ALBRIGHT 9-0 
I* WASHINGTON (MD. 

5-4 
I MESSIAH-5-4 
| MORAVIAN 8-1 
[• IMMACULATA 9-0 




Noun, a game that is played 
with rackets and a light 
elastic ball by two players 
or pairs of players on a level 
court divided by a low net. 




Above: Being pulled wide by her opponent, 
Kristy Trimbey is still able to return the ball with 
a forehand. 

Left: Stacy Shapiro waits for the ball as she 
prepares to make a smashing overhead. 



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Above: As the team gives support 
off court, Melissa Maioriello bumps 
a pass to Kate Scanlan for the set. 

Right: Jenna Schirmer gracefully 
puts up an overhead set. 

Far Right: Dee Selby shows a 
nice follow-through on an overhead 
pass. 



Women's 

Volleyball 




Elizabethtown College enters the 2005 season with six of the seven 
starters and 12 of the 14 members of a 2004 team that went 24-9 
overall. The Blue Jays have been ranked second in the pre-season 
Commonwealth Conference coaches' poll, the team's highest ranking 
since the poll was begun several years ago. "We felt being picked 
second was definitely an honor," said Elizabethtown's head coach 
Randall Kreider, "and we'll work hard to live up to that ranking." 



Roster (A-Z): 

K. Downs, K. Kassis, C. 

Kidwell, M. Maioriello, M. 

Monahan, M. Gowens, 
J. Popp, K. Scanlan, J. 
Schirmer, D. Selby, S. 
Wasserman, A. Whitmarsh 





WBi 



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Scores 

RICHARD STOCKTON 0-3 
GWYNEDD-MERCY 3-2 
FRANKLIN & MARSHALL 1-3 
FROSTBURG 3-1 
RUTGERS-NEWARK 3-2 
RICHARD STOCKTON 3-2 
GETTYSBURG 0-3 
MORAVIAN 3-1 
MOUNT ALOYSIUS 3-2 
DESALES 3-0 
-NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY 



Left: Jenn Popp, senior, 
dives for the ball.. 

Below: Sophomore, Ashley 
Whitmarsh volleys as 
teammates look on. 




3-0 

• SCRANTON 3-0 

• WIDENER 1-3 

• URSINUS 3-0 

• WILKES 3-0 

• NEUMANN 3-0 

• MORAVIAN 2-3 

• LEBANON VALLEY 1-3 

• ALBRIGHT 3-1 

• SPRING HILL 0-3 

• UNIVERSITY OF WEST 
FLORIDA 0-3 

• MESSIAH 3-0 
•YORK (PA) 3-1 

• SUSQUEHANNA 3-2 

• SOUTHERN VIRGINIA 

• MARYVILLE 1-3 

• ST. MARY'S 2-3 
GTON & LEE 

NIATA 0-3 

gettysburg 0-3 
shippensburg 0-3 
Lebanon valley 0-3 




0-3 



VOL* LEY* BALL 

Noun. a game played by 
.volleying an inflated 
ball over a net. 




Above: Sophomore, Stacey Wasserman and 
sophomore, Ashley Whitmarsh discuss strategies 
on the side. 

Left: Kayla Kassis, sophomore, prepares to hit the 
ball as junior, Kate Scanlan looks on. 



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Above: Greg Adams passes the 
ball to a teammate. 

Right: Justin Shade dribbles the 
ball down the court. 

Far Right: Kris Kieres looks to the 
pass the ball while being guarded. 




EN T S 




Basketball 

Over the last five seasons, Elizabethtown has gone 99-39, made 
the Commonwealth Conference playoffs all five years, played in the 
conference title game four times, won the conference championship 
three times, and advanced to the NCAA Division III tournament three 
times, all while sticking to a style of play that emphasizes teamwork 
over individual standouts. Elizabethtown 's approach to playing 
basketball, as constructed by head coach Bob Schlosser, now in his 
16th year at the Blue Jays' helm and has closed in on his 250th 
career victory. 

Roster (A-Z): 

G. Adams, G. Brizek, 

J. Dirago, R. Fusaro, B. 

Goodwin, N. Kennedy, K. 
Kieres, L. Ledyard, C. Piersol, 
B. Rodgers, R Schaffer, M. 
Schatzmann, B. Schlosser, 
B. Schreiber, B. Schreiber.J. 
Shade 



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Scores 

KING'S vs. LINCOLN (72-69) 
RICHARD STOCKTON (69-71) 
KING'S (84-83) 
LINCLON vs. RICHARD 
STOCKTON (68-63) 
LYCOMING (87-79) 
NEUMANN (83-55) 
MESSIAH (64-70) 

AL£glgH^j5^4L 
K| 




Left: Brian Schreiber blocks 
his opponent from retrieving 
the ball 

Below: Luke Ledyard passes 
the ball off to a near by 
teammate. 




• SCRANTON (76-81) 

• VILLA JULIE (95-69) 

• TRINITY (86-72) 

• JUNIATA (86-79) 

• LEBANON VALLEY (80-63) 
^ SUSQUEHANNA (58-69) 

MORAVIAN (86-76) 
WIDENER (82-80) 
ALBRIGHT (78-75) 
^SUSQUEHANNA (68-72) 
LEBANON VALLEY (62-65) 

• JUNIATA (77-66) 
WIDENER (57-80) 
MESSIAH (83-69) 
iWIDENER (69-74) 
MORAVIAN (70-74) 




B A S 



K E T • B A L L 



NOUN. A USUALLY INDOOR COURT 
GAME BETWEEN TWO TEAMS OF 
USUALLY FIVE PLAYERS EACH WHO 
SCORE BY TOSSING AN INFLATED 
BALL THROUGH A RAISED GOAL. 




Above: Michael Schatzmann gets ready to make a 
3 point shot. 

Left: Greg Brizek tries to make a lay-up before his 
opponent can steal the ball. 



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Above: Megan Quinn scores some 
points with her lay-up. 

Right: Mell Fitzpatrick makes a 
pass to a teammate. 

Far Right: On a breakaway, 
Lindsay Pecht scores a basket. 

Women's 

JDasketball 

The 2005-06 season will witness a significant changing of the guard 
for the Elizabethtown College women's basketball team. This year's 
team has just two seniors, no juniors, four sophomores and seven 
first-year students, making the 2005-06 Blue Jays an exceptionally 
young squad that has the opportunity to set a strongly positive tone 
for the next several years. Among the returning starters are the two 
seniors and one of the sophomores. Senior co-captains Cristin Braun 
and Dana Voit both return. The other returning starter is sophomore 
forward Amanda Reid. 




Roster (A-Z): 
C. Braun, S. Commander, 
Davis, M. Deldeo, M. 



Fitzpatrick, A. Hitz, M. 
Meyer, J. Montague, L. 
Pecht, M. Quinn, A. Reid, D. 
Voit, E. Walton 



Q 




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Scores 

MARYMOUNT (58-73) 
TRINITY (77-96) 
KING'S (48-61) 
MESSIAH (40-88) 
IMMACULATA (57-55) 
ALBRIGHT (73-54)\ 
BRIARCLIFFE (69-36) 
NEWPORT (59-72) 
■UNIV. OF VIRGIN ISD (57-3 
ST. MARY'S (73,56) f)l 
JUNIATA (53-6 
LEBANON VyM| r (7281) 
SUSQUEHAI^[ 56-63) 
MORAVIAN (69-49) t 
YORK (59-80) 
WIDENER (51-61) 



SUSQUEHANNA (5|46) 
FRANKLING & 
MARSHALL (58-81) 

EBANON VALLEY (68-60) 

UNIATA (47-66) 
IDENER (75-83) «,. 

MEISSIAH (75-83) 
MORAVIAN (74-90) S— 



Left: Dana Voit breaks her 
opponent from making any 
shot. 

Below: Cristin Braun runs 
down the court before her 
opponent can steal the ball. 







BAS • K E T • BALL 

NOUN. A USUALLY INDOOR COURT 
GAME BETWEEN TWO TEAMS OF 
USUALLY FIVE PLAYERS EACH WHO 
SCORE BY TOSSING AN INFLATED 
BALL THROUGH A RAISED GOAL. 







Above: Megan Deldeo makes a 3 point shot from 
the key line. 



r 



v 



mg>* 



Left: Melissa Meyer makes a basket before her 
opponent can even block her. 



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Above: Brian Thudium swims the 
distances races. 

Right: Dan McGuigan races as fast as 
he can hoping to win the competition. 

Far Right: Peter Matlack helps his 
teammates count for the 500 freestyle 
race. 




EN T S 





IWIMMING 



Elizabethtown brings to the pool a squad of 1 1 swimmers and, among 
them, nine returning competitors from last year's team that finished 
a solid sixth place out of 10 teams in the Middle Atlantic Conference 
Championships. The nine swimmers who competed last year are the 
most the Blue Jays have returning since the 1994-95 season, and 
the last time Etown had more swimmers on its men's roster was in 
the 1996-97 season. Among the nine returning swimmers are six 
who received Second Team All-Middle Atlantic Conference honors by 
placing between fourth and sixth in their respective events in 2005. 




Roster [Men only] (A-Z): 
G. Betz, M. Colby, D. 
DiObilda, R. Harkness, 

J. Harper, P. Matlack, D. 
McGuigan, K. O'Hara, J. 
Rose, R. Schutz, B. 



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Scores 

• DICKINSON (37-154) 
•YORK (62-116) 

• LYCOMING (19-76) 

• WASHINGTON & 
JEFFERSON (31-62) 

• SUSQUEHANNA (81-107) 

• LEBANON VALLEY 
(80-116) gfk 

• FRANKLIN & MARSHALL 
INVITATIONAL (46 pts) 

• WASHINGTON (57-137) 

• DREW (83-31) 
•ALBRIGHT (49-112) 
•MCDANIEL (68-114) 

• SCRANTON (63-104) 

• WIDENER (34-149) 

• MAC (59 pts) 

• MAC (140 pts) 

• MAC (204 .pte) s 



Left: Jason Rose is 
congratulated by his 
teammates when he jumps 
out of the pool. 

Below: Darren DiObilda 
glides along the water while 
doing the backstroke. 




Swim • m i n g 

VERB. TO PROPEL ONESELF 

IN WATER BY NATURAL 

MEANS (AS MOVEMENTS OF 
THE LIMBS, FINS, OR TAIL). 





Above: Kevin O'Hara strives for the finish when 
doing the butterfly. 

Left: Jay Harper dives into to the pool at the 
sound of the whistle. 



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II 




Above: After swimming the 500 
freestyle, Sara Rich checks her time. 

Right: Keeley Trumbo cheers on her 
teammates. 

Far Right: Lindsay Kollmeier swims 
freestyle in the long distance races. 



Women 





IWIMMING 



Elizabethtown returns 1 1 members of its 2004-05 team that finished 
sixth out of 1 1 teams at the M iddle Atlantic Conference Championships . 
The Blue Jays also bring in 12 newcomers in 2005-06, 10 of whom 
are first-year students. Among the returning swimmers, one earned 
two MAC bronze medals last year, and two of them earned Second 
Team All-MAC honors last year by placing between fourth and sixth 
place in their respective events at the MAC Championships. 



Roster [Women Only] (A-Z): 

S. Berry, J. Brizek, M. 
Campbell, C. Carson, M. 
Cassidy, G. Geiger, R. Halton, 
T. Ison, V. Jankowski, L. 
Kollmeier, T. Lemon, C. Lopez, 
M. Manning, V. Miranda, L. 
Quigley, S. Rich, T. Roll, K. 
Sandifer, C. Serpico, K. Trumbo, 
J. VanderWerff, E. Walker, A. 
Wiles 



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Scores 

MILLERSVILLE 
(75.5-129.5) 
DICKINSON (56-148) 
YORK (80-125) 
LYCOMING (13-80) 
WASHINGTON & 
JEFFERSON (30-63) 
SUSQUEHANNA (89-116) 
LEBANON VALLEY 
(112-88) 

FRANKLIN & MARSHALL 
INVITATIONAL (84 pts) 
WASHINGTON (8,1^2) 
DREW (106-70))*$, « ; 
ALBRIGHT (73-114) 
MCDANIEL (84-120) 
JUNIATA (90-106) 
SCRANTON (85-119) 
WIDENER (101-97) 
MAC (69 pts) 
MAC (179 pts) 
MAC (257 pts) 



Left: Trish Lemon swims the 
breast storke as fast as she 
can. 

Below: Jenny Brizek 
watches her teammates on 
the sidelines. 




Swim • m i n g 

VERB. TO PROPEL ONESELF 

IN WATER BY NATURAL 

MEANS (AS MOVEMENTS OF 

THE LIMBS, FINS, OR TAIL). 




«S 




Above: Christy Serpico and Vicki Jankowski hope 
for the best before their time is announced in the rely 



race. 



Left: The entire swim team huddles together for a 
group prayer. 



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II 




Above: Wayne Hummer goes to 
switch places with the competition. 

Right: Stephon Finley tries to 
overtake his opponent. 

Far Right: James Campolongo 
grabs his opponent to take him 
down. 




EN'S 




Wrestling 

After improving to sixth in the Middle Atlantic Conference last year, 
the Blue Jays are expecting their improvement to continue further. 
"We have a nice squad," said head coach Eric Walker, who earned 
MAC Coach of the Year honors in his second season at Etown's helm 
last year; "it isn't a large squad, but we'll be a lot more competitive," 
he continued. Despite a struggle in 2004-05, the wrestlers are ready 
to give it their all once again and improve. Now, the Blue Jays have 
every weight covered except for 184 pounds, and they have some 
depth at most of the weights. 

Roster (A-Z): 
P. Achilles, R. Bozart, C. 
Brown, J. Campolongo, 
S. Finley, J. Heisey, W. 
Hummer, B. Issac, J. Martin, 
S. Meckley, R. Mount, R. 
Rosario, E. Schatz 




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Scores 

• THIEL (6-46) 

• MD-BALTIMORE CO (31-24) 

• JOHNS HOPKINS (15-36) 
•ALBRIGHT (31-12) 

• URSINUS INVITATIONAL 

• STEVENS TECH ( 6-37) 

• SCRANTON INVITATIONAL 
(17 PTS) 

• DELAWARE VALLEY (6-38) 

• LYCOMING (0-46) " 

• COLLEGEOF NEW JERSEY 
INVITATIONAL 

• NE\®YORK UNIVERSITY 
(9-39) 

• muhlenberg i 
•jmessiah (4-39), 

hRfra^iklin & " 





N(21 
37* 
l\ 

(4*5) 
■N INVITAf IONAl} 
RPTS) 
ENTENARY (3-43) 
ESHIVA (41-0) 
C (44.5 PTS) 



Left: Rob Rosario lays 
pinned down. 

Below: Peter Achilles wins a 
match. 




WRES'TLING 

Verb. to contend by 

grappling with and striving 
to trip or throw an opponent 
down or off balance. 




Above: Rob Bozart gets ready to start a fight. 

Left: Jereme Heisey prepares to make the first 
move. 



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Above: Mike Donahue is 
congratulated after an amazing hit. 

Right: Tyler Hoffman prepares to 
catch the ball during practice 

Far Right: Dean Whetham runs 
from second to third base. 




EN'S 





D 



After losing eight seniors from its 2005 team to graduation, 
Elizabethtown brings a markedly younger team to the held in 2006 
than it possessed in recent years. However, this will not necessarily 
mean a drop-off in performance. Elizabethtown has become a fixture 
in the conference playoffs in recent years, having made the postseason 
in each of the last seven consecutive seasons. The combination of 
the players Etown has are a very talented class of first-year students, 
meaning that the Blue Jays could once again be in the playoff hunt 
and in pursuit of their first conference championship since 2001. 

Roster (A-Z): 
J.Auman, S. Beard, Z. 
Bradley, M. Donahue, S. 
Heaps, T Hoffman, J. Kalejta, L 
K. Kensinger, D. Kocsak, 
M. Kutz, D. Lauletta, M. 
McAuliff, J. Medina, C. 
Minakowski, J. Morris, S. 
Rowland, T Semanek, A. 
Sheibley, K. Smith, S. Snyder, 
B. Torresani, J. Urban, B. 
Watson, D. Whetham, R. 
White, M. Woehnker 
10 
















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Scores 

• Salisbury (2-4) 

• Shenandoah (7-16) 

• Shenandoah (2-3) 

• Davis & Elklns (2-3) 

• Northwestern (5-3) 

• Northland (6-3) 
•Northland (3-1) 

• Marywood (16-7) 

• Marywood (14-8) 

• PSU-Behrend (5-9) 

• York (16-16) 

• Messiah (5-3) 

• Messiah (8-4) 

• Messiah (10-1) 

• Lebanon Valley (6-5) 

• Lebanon Valley (5-9) 

• Lebanon Valley (4-3) 

• Albright (6-3) 

• Albright (9-1) 

• Albright (0-3) 

• York (14-13) 

• Susquehanna (2-4) 

• Sus_ouehan 
usquehanna (4-3) 

Juniata (7-8) 
Juniata (2-6) 
Juniata (1-6) 
Lancaster Bible (4-0) 
Lancaster Bible (16-2) 

JMflfOTitrM J ».. — 

Widener (2-6) 
Widener (11-10) 
Moravian (13-8) 
Moravian (7-0) 
Moravian (4-3) 
Widener (4-6) 
Lebanon Valley (9-3) 
Widener (16-8) 
Juniata (4-2) 
"uniata (9-5) 



Left: Scott Beard and Coach 
Jones wait for a play to be 
completed. 

Below: Jared Auman catches 
the ball after the batter 
received a strike. 




Base 



all 



Noun, played with a bat and 
ball between two teams on 
a large field having four 
bases that mark the course 
a runner must take to score. 




Above: Matt Woehnker readies the ball to throw 
toward the batter. 

Left: Ryan White gets comfortable with the bat, 
and fixes a position. 



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Above 



Rigt 




Far Right: 



WoMEN'sL£_l 
iOFTBALL 




lostc i 



fner. L. Hoover, K. 
Johnson, M. Keeler, T. Konek. 
A. Lee, K. McKeown, A. 
McMullen, A. Merrifield, M. 
Ottey, J. Russ, K. Thon 






Scores 

Wheaton {1-3} 

ch.(5-2) 









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• Siena Heights (1-11) 

• Emerson (2-5) 

• Albright (1-3) 

• Messiah (6-7) 
Messiah (0-8) 

i Franklin & Marshall (3-2) 
5 Gettysburg (0-5) 

Gettysburg (1-2) 
[Lebanon Valley (0-7) 
^Lebanon Valley (7-8) 
lAlbright (3-5) 

York (2-10) 
KVork (17) 

Susquehanna (1-3) 

Susquehanna (3-4) 

King's (4-10) 

King's (2-10) 

Juniata (4-3) 

Juniata (4-2) 
k Alvernia(0-4) 

Alvernia (4-1) 

Moravian (0-9) 

Moravian (0-2) 

Delaware Valley (0-1) 

Delaware Valley (5-6) 

Widener (0-8) 



Left: Megan Ottey practices tossing 
the ball mid-field to her teammate. 

Below: Lauren Dressier gets 
anxious before the opponent swings. 






Above: Ally McMullen stands at second base 
waiting for her opponents. 

Left: Kelli Thon prepares to make a home-run. 



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Above: Frankie Puzzangara gives 
Gary Senese a high-five after a field 
goal. 

Right: Jeff Long runs with the ball. 

Far Right: Chris Harrison is 
stopped mid-field by the opponent. 




EN f S 






This spring is a time of renewal for the men's lacrosse team at 
Elizabeth town College. Head coach Terry Corcoran, a two-time NCAA 
Division III Coach of the Year, is in his first year at Elizabeth town. As 
for the team itself, the program graduated its first class of seniors, 
sixteen in all, at the end of the 2005 season, and as a result Etown has 
just 12 members that played for the Blue Jays in previous seasons. 
The newcomers outnumber the returning players by one, with nine 
first-year students and four new sophomores. The result, Corcoran 
said, is that "every time out is going to be a learning experience." 

Roster (A-Z): 

D. Albrecht, R. Allison, S. 
Bergman, C. Bergmark, N. 
Brooks, F Cacia, J. Cowan, 
M. Felty, C. Harrison, D. 
Hinder, C. Kulp, J. Long, T. 
Machir, R. Mount, E. Peifer, 
J. Plotzker, F Puzzangara, M. 
Ruby, C. Schuch, M. Seiboth, 
G. Senese, A. Sproule, A. 
Wagner, D. Ward, T. Welch, 
B. Whitcomb, R Wisneski 





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(3-8, 




Scores 

ST. VINCENT (5-6) 
VIRGINIA WESLEYA 
(2-11) 

FRANKLIN k 
MARSHALL ( 
WIDENER (fl3^f 
SW/iRTHMORE (6-1 
SUNY-ONEONTA (5 

KING'S (10^!§L 
DREW (15-l$&^,j 

MESSIAH (8-'|$?b^ 

FDU-FLORHAM (6-8) 

LYCOMING (I2rl0! 

SUSQUEHANNAJgfcfJ 

DESALES (ljlliiT 

SCRANtfafelSSii 




Left: Troy Machir prepares 
to kick the ball out of the 
goalie area. 

Below: Eric Peifer runs down 
the field with ball in hand. 




L A 



CROSSE 



MORAVIAN (lOiSffil 

I 



SUSQUEHANNA (13- 
WIDENER (4-38P*' 



Noun, game in which players 
jjse a long-handled stick that 
has a head with a mesh pouch 
for catching, carrying, 
and throwing the ball. 




Above: Reid Allison attempts to capture the ball 
thrown to him by a teammate. 

Left: Matt Seiboth keeps an eye of the defense. 



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Above: Anna Ford throws the ball 
to her teammates. 

Right: Jenna Brown runs across 
the field attempting to score. 

Far Right: Lyndsey Reeve looks to 
her friend to pass off the ball. 




Women's 






2006 marks in many ways a new beginning for Elizabethtown College's 
women's lacrosse program. After playing its first season in 2002, the 
team's first senior class graduated at the end of 2005. As a result, 
Elizabethtown has lost 14 players from last year, and 11 of the 19 
players on the 2006 team are first-year students. Second-year head 
coach Mike Faith has emphasized bringing this group together and 
building the inexperienced team's work ethic throughout the fall and 
the spring pre-season, and he likes what he has seen thus far. 



Roster (A-Z): 
A. Beard, J. Brown, K. 
Chuba, M. Collier, K. DiRico, 
E^uvalU^oIey^V 
Ford, S. Gilson, D. Grooms, 
J. Hawkins, J. Hoover, K. 
Kozak, J. Patel, L. Reeve, 
A. Reid, L. Robinson, D. 
Schaffer, D. Simmons 





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Mi 'RAVIaWitB 

■i : . -14-10) 
WIDENER (13-8J 
MCDANIEJ*(8-W) 
KING'S (10-12) 
MESSIAH (5-11) 
SCRANTON (7-10) 
VILLA JULIE (14-9) 
SUSQUEHANNA (9-8) 
LYCOMING (9-10) 
WILKES (14-4) 
FDU-FLORHAM(ll-8) 
LYCOMING (7-12) 



Left: Katie DiRico waits for her 
team members down field. 

Below: Group huddle prior to 
the game. 




L A 



CROSSE 



Noun, game in which players 
use a long-handled stick that 
has a head with a mesh pouch 
for catching, carrying, 
and throwing the ball. 




Above: Kelsea Kozak tries to obtain the ball from 
her opponent. 

Left: Anna Ford, Sarah Gilson and Danielle 
Grooms fight Moravian College for the ball. 



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Above 

hit ti tit. 

Right: Zachary Atk 

Far Right: Hiep Pham thinks and 







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Tennis 



ruling* 
and onl 

n will tn 

Roster (A-Z): 
rkhoff P R. 




Pham, K. Zimmerman, M. 
Ziobrowski 




118 



Scores 





BALDWIN-WALLACE 
BRIDGEWATER (07) 


U-7) 


Left: Taylor Butch jumps and 
smacks the ball. 


TR1-STATE 

JOHN CARROLL (16) 


1 


Below: Nick Ziobrowski sits 
on the sidelines. 


WILKES (0-7) 






MESSIAH (0-7) 








MUHLENBERG 

KIN(3 

* 
DICKINSON (0-7) 






^^ 






.,K**« 


ALBRIGHT (2-5) 






t /mJk 


WASHINGTON (0-7) 






} sflRI 


GOUCHER (5-2) 






BtJH 


JUNIATA (1-6) 


T 


E N • N 1 



MORAVIAN (4-3) 
LEBANON VALLEY (1-6) 
SUSQUEHANNA (6-1) 



NOUN. AN GAME THAT IS PLAYED 
WITH RACKETS AND A LIGHT 
ELASTIC BALL BY TWO PLAYERS 
OR PAIRS OF PLAYERS ON A LEVEL 
COURT DIVIDED BY A LOW NET. 



Above: Jeff Kirkhoff attempts to recover the ball 
after it nearly touches the ground. 

Left: Ryan Zimmerman watchs the oncoming ball 
and quickly reacts. 



119 



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Aboue; Scott Derkacz takes a 
breath after sprinting. 

Right: George Nicholas paces 
himself. 

Far Right: Bryan Marison 
practices with ball in hand. 




EN Y S 





"Brack & [Field 

Elizabethtown College enters the 2006 track & field season looking to 
stretch its streak of Middle Atlantic Conference Indoor championships 
to four in a row, as well as regain the MAC Outdoor title and complete 
the Blue Jays' second "triple crown", having last completed the sweep 
in 2003-04. The Blue Jays are also looking to improve upon last year's 
team finish of 28th at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships. 
Etown has finished as high as sixth in the nation at the 2004 NCAA 
Division III Outdoor Championships. 

Roster (A-Z): 

P. Alder, M. Bauer, B. Bear, R. 
St. Claire, K. Clark, D. Cohen, 
D. DeAngelis, S. Derkacz, R 
Donovan, T. Evensen, S. Finley, 
Z. Fogel, D. Graybeal, D. Greer, 

A. Hannis, J. Hoffman, D. Lehr, 

B. Marison, J. Mastroianni, E. 
Metz, R. Mulcahy, J. Munnelly, 
B. Murphy, G. Nicholas, N. 
Patterson, J. Rosenau, D. 
Rulander, J. Slusser, S. Strauss, 
J. Theobald, G. Wetzel 




U 




120 



Scores 





Left: Getting warmed up for 
the race. 

Below: Onlookers chat and 
support their team. 



All indoor and outdoor 

track and field events 

were, unscored. . . 





TRACK-AND-FIELD 

ADJ. BEING ANY OF VARIOUS 
COMPETITIVE ATHLETIC EVENTS 

PERFORMEDONARUNNINGTRACK 
AND ON THE ADJACENT FIELD. 




Above: Eric Metz races to the finish line. 

Left: Ryan St. Claire, and David Cohen jog 
together in the second lap. 



121 





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Above: Students sit and relax prior 
to their respective races. 

Right: Kim Whalen shows off her 
stuff on the track. 

Far Right: Students help setup a 
built-in hurdle. 

Women's 

Track & IField 

In a short span of time, Elizabethtown College has built its program 
from scratch to become one of the best in the Middle Atlantic 
Conference. The Blue Jays enter the 2006 season, their seventh as a 
varsity program, looking to improve upon their fourth place finishes in 
the Middle Atlantic Conference Indoor and Outdoor Championships 
in 2005, as well as build upon their 55th place finish at the NCAA 
Division III Outdoor Championships last year. Elizabethtown has 
finished as high as 13th in the nation at the 2004 NCAA Division III 
Indoor Championships. 




Roster (A-Z): 

S. Adams, A. Aghamehdi, A. 

Bryan, T. Bucci, E. Chappel, 

^^hTk^A^aws^^eilu 
T. Fagan, E. Fisher, D. Frye, 
S. Grove, L. Havrilak, N. 
Imler, K. John, S. Jones, T. 
Kulp, K. Lamp, E. Lichti, 
C. Miles, A. Morisette, 
N. Murphy, L. Oliver, M. 
Pritchard, A. Rahtes, J. Riley, 
K. Rowland, M. Ryder, K. 
Whalen 

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n 




Above: Sarah Chick nearly floats in midair as she 
pre-jumps for the sand pit. 

Left: Sarah Grove keeps open eyes in the 
distance. 



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124 







125 




2 North (L to R) 

Row 1: K. Brady, M. Barr, S. 

Zonchhf; 

Row 2: D. McCracken, E. 

Jo^uj^,. Yazzetti; 

Row 3: J. Bayard, J. Goff, B. 

Hess.; 

Row 4: S. Butz, J. Painter. 

Row "5: C. Belcher 



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3 South (L to R): 

Row 1 : K. Thon. A. 
RankovJskS, R. SoranoJ^ 
Row 2: C. Carson. V. 

Atherho 
Row 3: L. M 



. Geiger, 



K. Eschenbrenner. M. 
McDonogh. 



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A2 (L to R):' 

.Row'l: N. Murphy, V. 
?calavino, M. Rider, M. 
Dbell, M. Ottey. K. 
Kennedy; 
Row 2: B. Whitcomb, E. 
Gallo, R. Barkman, L. 
Michaels, K. Clark, D. 
Graybeal, D. Debes, K. 
arbour-March, R DelNegro, 
W. Morgan, J. Mason; 
Row 3: M. Henry. K. 
Andrews. 



1 



Al (L to R): 

Row 1: V. Sparacino, K. 
Vondran, A. Fiscella; 
Row 2: K. Vath, B. Marison; 
Row 3: M. Haddon, D. 
Varano, J. Urban, B. 
Martinez, D. Lehr 




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A3 (L to R): 

Row 1: S. Grove 
E. Fisher; 
Row 2: V. Stence 
Alibhop, K. Bouma 
3g!Q uinn: 
Row 3: J. Reture 



ilcanv 

Metz, A. 
V, C. Bigos, 



Bl and B2 (L to R): 

Row 1: K. Crispin, H Hewitt, 

S.Okeska, E. Gouin, J. Fry, T. 

Desantis; 

Row 2: J. Matula, T. Bowling, 

M. Colly, L. Ferguson, C. 

Strulson, V. Rhodes 



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B3 (L to R): 

M. Herman, L. Kammann, 

A. Dicola, A. Poletto, B. 

Rossell, C. Jump, N. Eister. 




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CI (L to R): 

Row 1: K. Diehl, K. 
Richardson, M. Engstrom; 
Row 2: M. Cessna, C. Lazor, 
C. Neville 



C2 (L to R): 

Row 1: K. Brautigan, V. 

Miebach, K. Paporello, 

A. Daws, J. Allen, 

,~.JC- Huylebroeck, J. Long; 

Row 2: S. Bicker. J. 

Hudzick, S. Kase, J. Bistis, 

M. Templeton, R. Louison. 

K. Krissinger J. Heisey, B. 

Davis, J. Harwick 



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C3(LtoR): 

Row 1: M. Copland. E. Pflugb^. 
Smith, K. Wielang, E. Berger, C. 
Curtis; 



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Lynch, T. Reinmiller, A. Scheibley; 
Row 3: J. Glogau, L. Adams, 
J. Dunn, J. Ford. K Conroy, R. 
Schmidt, M. Johnson, M. Weems, 
T. Krausse; 
Row 4: J. Shrader, C. Marrara 



Dl (L to R): 

Row 1: S. Derkacz, D. Lopez- 

Mateu, A. Nowotarski; 

Row 2: Y. Kamo, D. 

Rulander, S. Rajakafuna, N. 

Dawes, B. Saylor 





D3 (L to R): 

ow 1: N. Acosta, G. 

Nicholes, R Devlin, J. 

Jarrett, J. Besecker, J. 

Carwilz, S. Mortenseh; 

Row 2: R. Casterline, S. 

Gillam, R. McDonald, 

M. Rapp, L. Whorley. 

N. Podjed, B. Bri 

Mannion 



D2 (L to R): 

Row 1: B. Kalita, S. Brown, 
S. Abernethy, D. Jones; 
Row 2: P. Stegner, G. Chong, 
W. Hamilton, N. Carter, S. 
Eddinger, B. Shappell; 
Row 3: C. Yorgey, M. Ruby, 
R. Kaysan, M. Kovacevic, 
B. Whitesell, K. Foltt, D 
Martinez 





1 and 2 East (L to R): 

Row 1 : K. McKeown, J. 

Baughman, A. Miller, A. 

Golas 

Row 2: C. Kidwell, K. 

Downs, H. Harttraft, M. 

Kaiser, E. Morris, A. Marfisi 






2 West (L to R): 

tow 1 : V. Wiegmann, J. 

Kacanich 

)\v 2: L. Foderaro, E. 

Tursi, J. Ketchen 

Row 3: A. Kent, K. 

Dougher, C. Reich,. E. 

Jackson, S. Brady. B. 

• : *V' Miller 



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3rd floor (L to R): 

Row One: Tiffany KuJp, Christine Sowers, Allison Rhates, Judy Glanc; 
Row Two: Erika Farkas, Allison Stanley, Heidi Spiece, Julie Mezainis; 
Row Three: Jen Montague, Katie Little, Aimee McKay, 

Katie Bohdel, Susan Roth; 
Row Four: Jen Peterson, Samantha Woodward, Heather Childs; 
Row Five: Jackie Scott, Ely.se Campbell, Jesse Morgret, Sarah Woodwar 
Row Six: Tamara Burch, Candice Clinedinst, Christine Bixl 





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1 (L to R): ^r 

1:«Z. Bradley, K. Kens 



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:r. D. Lauletta: 
Row 2: R. Esposito, G. 
Griffith, B. Watson, S. Kas]fc3 •" 
D. Grey: Row 3: K. Krebs. B. 
Krause. E. Gross, J. Lewis. 
C. Regensburg, E. Salansky 
M. Quintan, R. Erdesky 




A2 (L to R): 

Row 1: S. Eisenhauer. C. 

Bartholomew, G. Brizek; 

Row 2: M. Capalomento, 

S. Waldre, P MacAdams, 
B. Pyrz. T. Waros 





A3(LtoR): 

Row 1: A. Eder, S. Rush, J. 

Brown; Row 2: N. Imler, A. 

Gaghon, K. McCauley; 

Row 3: E. Ventrella, R. 

Weller, J. Hargest; 

Row 4: K. Socha, A. McMas- 

ter, V. Jankowski; 

Row 5: K. McCousland, K. 

Trumbo, N. Wagenelast; 

Row 6: J. Alvanitakis. J. 

Zwiebel, S. Berry 




l(LtoR); 

A. McKay; 

. Moatz, J. 

i. C. Ravo; 

MfCriniti, 

<owski, K. Jarick, 

PE^e&jgs^^W Austin 










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B2 (L to R): 

•fioW'l: J. Pandolfino, 
K. Stahl, C. Decker, H. 
Singh, K. Wilson, L. 
Bardol; 

Row 2: K. Horst, C 
Latovkaya, D. Schaffer, 
W. Butler, R. Yearwood, 
L. Havrilak, G. Stryker, 
E. Stanzione 



B3 (L to R): 

Row 1: L. O'Donell™ 

Bowling, A. Bryant, N. Fickel; 

Row 2: S. Lucas, N. Peters, S. 

Mock, K. O'Connor, B. Holler, 

S. Grimes, A. Norris; 

Row 3: A. Zerphey, B. 

Greenwood, A. Moll, C. 

Hurst, C. Moyer, E. Hine, S. 

Rich, A. Wilasin, J. Beebe, C. 

Rash 




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1 North (L to R): 

Row 1: M.Miller, R. 
Blevins, A. Parliman, P. 
Bartoli; ••< 
Row 2: J. Keeler, A. 

Voshell,T>idkrjj/ A 
Carver 

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2 North (L to R): 

B. Day, A. Sarneap 



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3 North (L to R): 

Row 1: J. Samolewicz, T. 
Lauer, D. Grantham, L. 
Kulesza, M. Perry; 
Row 2: A. Orenstein, L. 
Ciriac, J. Gupekunst, M. 
Madalis, J. Reside, M. 
Scheeler, A. Ahmed; 
Row 3: L. Webester, A. 
Carry 



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1 South (L to R): 

Row 1: S. Little, M. 

imoyer, Z. Bruch, K. Hart, 

E. Kelley; S. Snyder; 

"Row 2: J. Cowan, S. Ruhnke, 

: V^~T2itfle: M. Moss, S. 

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3 Smith (JABJUli 

Row 1: M. Metzel, B. 

LeiSschej^M Gephurt. 

J. YurdHP™l||W 

Dunsavage; 

Row 2: B. Clapper, M. Acker, 

D. Woodhay, W. Bond, M. 

McCain, C. Weaver; 

Row 3: M. McAuliff, K. Walker 




outh (L to R): 

cCormick, 
B. Day?"* 

Row 2: A. Schock, C. 
Yarem.'M. Good, R. Hahn. 
K. Cansant, C. Minnhagen 



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1 East (L to R) 

RoWl: L. Beckenstein, S. 
Margavitch, J. Hutton, M. 
Toledo, H. Tomlin; 
Row 2: C. Boate, N. Pelick, 
K. Flowers, D. Holder; 
;Row3: M. Memoli, K. 
Partilla, C. Rosen 











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2 East (L to R): 

Row 1: A. Marchetti, B. 

Horner, A. Reid, K. Loy, 

* A. Justice; 

Row 2: M. Bull, L. 

Oliver, M. Jones, J. 

Ammirata, R. Irby; 

Row 3: M. Brasefield, 

L. Dean, TJHutt, J. 

Hoffman, L. Sether, K. 

Weiner, S. Commander, 

J. Zimmerman 



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2 West (L to R): 

A. Straw, K. Toskey, C 
Decker, K. Coleman 



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est(LtoR): 

hX. Kirk, A. Freeland, K. 

Foley, L. Critchfield; 

2: N. Kellogg, A. Ford. N. 

Schroeder, M. O'Brien; 

Row 3: C. Kinnamont, 

Deveney, M. VanBladrom, 

A. Mower 

hifon, K. Mor 

R. Moser 

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3 East (L to R): 

J. Lutz, R. Morgan, J. 
Shedloek, D. Robinson 



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139 



J*<(LtoR): 

E. Guj&e^A. Fggterd, L. 
t, A. Brunish 




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158(LtoR ): 

R. White, \M :r, J. 

Morns, B. Sch :iber 



2£7<L to R): 

lOpjapgs, ^§|£ei, J. 
fl'oaeland, S. Be 




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II 



254(LtoR): 

K. Moore, B. Pickelsimer, 
T. Pickelsimer, S. Sovelovitz 




J. Bar] 




301 (L to R): 

A. Woddle, J. Gerig, 
A. Boyer, J. Flaska 



302 (LtoR): 

C. Miller. D.Eyler. 
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i»ft to R): 

A. Qwgns. F.. B§ges, M. 
' BnidziH^rSeAiller 




ft»9 



B2 (L to R): 

S. Gartland, K. O'Connor, 
M. Henry, E. Barnes 




C4(LtoR): 

A. Milner, R. Swanger, S. 
Duh, L. Seachrist 




md 





C6(LtoR): 

linger. K. Childs, M. 
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Jill Bartoli 

Gordon Bateman 

Rebecca Beck 



Gene Ann Behrens 

David Beidleman 

Vivian Bergel 

Terry Blue 




Douglas Bomberger 

Diane Bridge 

David Brown 

Kevin Brown 




Mark Clapper 

Paul Cramer 

Elizabeth Dahmus 

David Danneker 



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Paul Dennis 

David Dentler 

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Joyce Durst 
Linda Ebright 
David Eller 



Randy Faus 
Carolyn Field 
Barry Freidly 
Tamara Gillis 



Deborah Gochenaur 
Benjamin Goodhart 
Ilan Grave 
Brian Greenberg 



Tom Hagan 
Eileen Halter 
Mark Harman 
Ronald Heasley 



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James Hilton 




Karen Hodges 




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Kirsten Johnson 
Nancy Kauffman 

Yvonne Kauffman 
Nancy Kaufhold 



April Kelly-Woessner 

John Kokolus 

Ira Koser Jr. 

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Joan Kuhn 

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Ronald Laughlin 
Thomas Leap 
Jeffrey Long 



Michael Long 
Theodore Long 
Ronald McAllister 
E. Fletcher McClellan 



Peggy McFarland 
Dana Mead 
Sean Melvin 
Joe Metro 



Robert Moore 
Donald Myers 
Jane Nini 
Ben Osterhout 



David Parkyn 
Tana Parrett 
Sharon Patrick 
San jay Paul 



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Martha Pennington 

Ann Potter 

Amanda Price 

David Pytash 



John Ranck 

Terrie Riportella 

Sue Robinette 

Debra Ronning 



John Ruscio 

Gabriela Sanchis 

Charles Schaeffer 

Kevin Scott 



Wayne Selcher 

Andrea Shaffer 

Sara Shaneor 

Faith Shiffer 



Victoria Smith 

Dawn Spaar 

Sandy Spayd 

Richard Stone 









John Teske 
Bobette Thorsen 
Randolph Trostle 
Barbara Tulley 



Nancy Valkenburg 
Hossein Varamini 
Hans-Erik Wennberg 
Robert Wheelersburg 



Joseph Wunderlich 
Randyll Yoder 
Beth Ann Zambella 
Fani Zlatarova 



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Senior Week 



One last chance to create 
memories. One last chance to 
celebrate the place theyve called 
home, Elizabethtown College. One 
last chance to remember times past, 
with those who know exactly what 
you mean. One last chance to say 
good bye. 

Senior week offered the class of 
2006 one last chance to embrace 
all that is wonderful about E-Town 
college. 

Alumni Relations organized a pig 
roast, awards, baccalaureate, senior 
toast, and so much more for the 
week before graduation. With so 
much going on, there was very little 
time to be sad about their years at 
Elizabethtown coming to an end. 



Below: Baccalaureate, held in Leffler Chapel, was a great time for 
students to share their experiences at E-Town with family and friends. 
The candlelit ceremony added a special ambiance to the service. 





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Below: As traditions go, the Elizabethtown College Senior Pig 
Roast is one of the most admired, and looked forward to. Amidst 
mating all of the good food, seniors below take time to pose for a 
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and their families were able to enjoy 
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outdoor picnic. 



Above: Olivia Awad waits for dinner 
to be served at Reflections, next to the 
gorgeously lit ice sculpture. 




Above: The chocolate fountain was 

a huge hit, as several students and 

family members lined up to dip 

strawberries. 

Right: Musically talented friends 

Mike Masters and Spencer Butz 

enjoy breakfast. 



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Below: Several students spun a wheel to determine how many 
:hances they would have to win a prize sponsored by Liberty 
Mutual. 




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Below: Members of the chorus volunteered to sing a few 
songs at Baccalaureate. 



Above: Christina Giglio shakes hands 
and receives her senior superlative 
award from Mark Clapper. 




Above: Nicole Danbury leaves a 
message on a friend's shirt. 

Right: Missy Doll, Alicia Rathosky, 
Alexis Lucas, Rachel Jones Williams, 
Amanda Straw, and Leslie McGirt all 

smile wide. 



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Below: Erin Lichti and Jess Kelly stop by the alumni house for 
Starbucks and Memories. 







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Above: Members of the Class of 2006 
were asked to meet at the Alumni 
House to pick up their tickets for a 
day of fun that allowed them free ac- 
cess to movies, go-carts, bowling, and 
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Below: The class of 2006 made their way from Thompson Gym to the 
Dell, passing by several proud administration and faculty members 
along the way. 



Above: David E. Hosier, Chairman 
of the Board of Trustees, was a 2006 
commencement speaker. 




Above: A very happy Alexis Lucas 
makes her way to collect her diploma. 

Right: The class of 2006 patiently 

listens to speakers as they wait to 

collect their diplomas . 



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elow: Members of the senior class file in to their seats as the 
smmencement ceremony begins. 




Above: President Theodore Long ad- 
dresses the current senior class on his 
hopes for them and their futures. 



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Below: May 20th brought nothing but smiles to the class of 2006. 



Above: Jenn Buchko and Mandy 
Buckler clap as their fellow classmates 
make their way to get their diplomas. 




Above: Some graduates were happy, 

some were sad. All were happy for the 

time they had spent at E-town. 

Right: Some people cheered, others 

clapped, and a few even blew air horns 

in support of the recent graduates. 

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pride in their students with a standing ovation. 







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Below: Anna Kent and her mom share a smile over 
Anna's recent achievement. 



Above: Flowers, balloons, and jewelry 
were just some of the gifts family and 
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Below: Erika Butler and Casey McGee pose for a picture with 
roses in hand, dyed E-town blue. 




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We are all so overwhelming 
proud of you. We are extremely 
blessed ET has blessed you. Now 
you will bestow your creativity 
and talents as you journey to 
Thomas Jefferson University for 
your graduate studies. Continue 
to reach for the place your heart 
wants you to serve! 
Love Always, Mom, Dad, 
Rachel, and Matthew 





Jocelpn Jtofierteon 

Congratulations Jocie! 
You are a blessing in your lives. You have 
bought us much joy and great memories. 
Know that we love you very deeply. Love your 
dreams. Be proud of you accomplishments. 
Always carry God's love in your heart and you 
can do anything. We are so proud of our little 
Munchkin. 



Love, 

Mom and Dad 




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Stacy, 

Congratulations! We 
wish you every success 
in life. May God 
continue to bless you in 
all that you do. We love 
you! 

Love, Mom, Dad 


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Dear Jeanette, 
Another step along the 
path of your life. What 
a spectacular four years! 
Continue your pursuit 
of excellence. We are so 
proud! 
Our Love, 
Mom, Dad & Christian 




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Congratulations Matt #22 LAX 

May the future hold for you all the love and 

happiness you have given us! 

Love, Mom, Dad, Laura, and Rachel 




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Dearest Tatiana, 
I cannot express in words how- 
proud we are of you, and your 
accomplishments. I always 
told you, you would go very 
far in life and you certainly 
have. Congratulations! We 
love you and your radiant 
smile brings us such joy. 

Mommy and Zange 




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"Congratulations" 

Love, Mom, Dad, Gram, Devin and Friskie 




jHegfjan Colebo 

Dear Meg, 

Our #1 baby is now a 

young woman! God 

Bless you! We're so 

proud! 

Love Always, 

Mom, Dad, Joe, Melissa, 

Mallory, Anastasia, Amy, 

Abby & Emma! 


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Congratulations Tiffany! 
Our one and only 
shining star. It's hard to 
believe you've come so 
far. We are very proud 
of you, in everything 
you do. 

Love, Mom and Dad 




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Congratulations, Ashley! 
"From your parents, you learn love and laugh- 
ter, and how to pit one foot in front of the oth- 
er. But when books are opened, you discover 
that you have wings." You have done well by 
the choices you have made and for that we are 
very proud. You now have your wings. Soar 
high, and make your dreams and ambitions 
come true. All our love is with you. 

Mom, Dad & Ryan 




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to amaze us. 




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Dad, Mom and Ryan 


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Dear Mindy, 
May your caring, 
dedicated and 
compassionate nature 
take you to wonderful 
places filled with love 
and success. We are 
all proud of you. 
Love, Mom, Dad, 
Shelley, Jenny 




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Dear Dan, 

Our little boy became 

a college graduate! We 

are so proud of you. No 

matter how far you go. 

Never forget the way 

home. 

Love, Mom and Dad 


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Melissa, 

We always knew you would 
accomplish great things. We 
are so proud of you for never 
giving up! May God bless 
your future endeavors. 

Love, Mom & Dad 




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successful in what- 
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wherever you go. 


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Dear Brian, 



It seems like just yesterday you were a little 
boy eager for your first day of school. Now 
you are a terrific young man and a college 
graduate. We are so very proud of you and all 
you have accomplished - the world is open to 
you. Best wishes to you in your future. 

Love, Mom and Dad 




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Lindsay, 

We always knew you had the makings of a 
great artist. 

Love, Mom & Dad 




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Memories and friendships 
to last a lifetime. All 
grown up! What a 
wonderful man you are! 

With love and pride, 
Mom, Dad, & Jared 




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Dear Alicia, 

Congratulations on your 
college graduation. This 
is only the beginning 
of great things in your 
life. We are very proud 
of you! 

Love, Mom and Dad 




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To Our Son, Paul Sahd, 

Since you were a child; 

Your smile brightened our lives 

Your dreams stretched our imagination 

Your love was a beacon for us all, 

As you graduate from college and pursue your dreams, 

Remember; 

That god will always hold you in His hands 
That your family will always stand behind you 
And to share your talents with those around you. 

We are so proud of who you were as a child and whom you 

have become as a man! 

We love you, 

Mom and Dad 




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Dear Kate, 

We're so proud of what you have accom- 
plished at Elizabethtown. You have stuck to 
your plan and have come through it well. You 
have come so far and have so many adven- 
tures ahead of you. Now is the time to see 
what more is out there. So go now with our 
love. 



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Dear Joanna: 

We are so proud of you! Your sunny disposi- 
tion, upbeat outlook on life, care and concern 
for everyone around you, and of course, 
your beautiful smile, make you the wonder- 
ful woman you are! Your self-motivation and 
drive will make you a success in all you do. 



Love, 

Dad and Sharyn 

Mom and Mike 




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Mom, Dad, Tara and 




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Tiffany, 

Congratulations! 
You did it! I love 
you and admire your 
intelligence, integrity 
and ambition. You have 
been such a blessing to 
me and I am so proud 
of you! 
Love you. Mom 




3Tara Colltson 

Tara, your college graduation 

Fills us with love and pride- 

We always know that you could do 

Whatever you really tried. 

It took a lot of work. 

Time, and perseverance too, 

in achieving this important goal 

that you set out to do. 

Awesome achievement - 

You've passed the test, 

May God grant you the very best! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom and Kara 




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Susan: 

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alent, and your outstanding 

lplishments!! You have grow 

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Heather: We enjoyed 
watching "NEWSY" 
play soccer. You've 
given us so many 
memories. From your 
first step to the present, 
you have made us so 
very proud!!!! 

Love, Mom and Dad 




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Jesse, 

Congratulations on your Criminal Justice 
degree. Looking forward to seeing you on 
"Cop's Videos" soon. 

Lots of Love, Dad, Mom 



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Dear Jessica, 

You have been my "shining star" since the 
day you were born and I am so very proud 
of you and all that you have accomplished. 
Your drive and determination will make you 
a success in all that you do. Thank you for 
making me the "proud mom" that I am today. 
Congratulations!! 
I love you. Mom. 




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Dear Casey, 

Congratulations, you make us so proud. We 
know you spent all your time studying. Now 
you can start to enjoy life. Well... Maybe you 
enjoyed a little bit at E-Town. 
Love, Mom and Dad 




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Bethany, 

Congratulations! 

Once again you have achieved your goals. 
You are well prepared to embark on hatever 
the future holds. You will be a wonderful, 

dedicated ^ . 

teacher and an ^^^ 
inspiration to M^^^BX. 
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Dear BB: 

From an early age I know your quest for 
knowledge would take you far! I am so proud 
of what you have accomplished, despite the 
adversities and hardships along the way. As 
you enter yet another phase in your life, may 
success continue to follow you. 

All My Love, Mom 




Dear Erika, 

You danced into our hearts the day you were 
born. We are proud of you and all of your 
accomplishments. You have always been 
a special little girl to us with your wit and 
charm. We know you will continue to strive to 
accomplish your dreams. 



Love, Mom, Dad and Kristen 




laura i£>ibbotoap 

Laura: We are so proud of you and all that 
you have accomplished. You've grown from a 
sweet little girl into a beautiful young women. 
We know you will be successful in whatever 
you do. You beat all the leading ladies from 
The Lady Eve to Veronica Mars. 
We love you. Mom, Dad, Katie, Don, Julie, 
Beth, and Cocoa 




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Congratulations on your graduation! 
We are so proud of your accomplishments at 
E-town, in Rome, Italy, and at American Uni- 
versity in Washington along with your posi- 
tion at the office of Todd Platts. We know you 
will do well in the future, Great Job! 

Love, Mom and Dad, Mike, Nick, Kristen, 
Grammy, Nanna and Nanno 




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Alicia, 

Memories of you from your first day of kin- 
dergarten through your four years of college 
will be never ending. 

Your academic achievements have been top 
notch and as your college chapter ends, an- 
other chapter begins. 

The future is extremely bright and we know 
you will continue to do well. 
We are so very proud of you! 



All our love, 
Dad, Mom & Erin 




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To my Christina, 

It seems like just yesterday that my little 
girland I went grocery shopping together 
and walked down our favorite aisle (hint, 
hint) I can smell the aroma of coffee, then 
just four short years ago I thought you 
couldn't make me any prouder when you 
graduated high school. Now I am about to 
bust with pride again as my little girl has 
turned into a beautiful young lady graduat- 
ing college. 

Your dedication and stamina for the past 
four years both to academics and dance 
are something I'm sure you will carry 
with you throughout your adult life. 





So as you continue on your journey in life 
enjoy each moment and know I will always be 
there for you. 
Remember our song 

"ain't no mountain high enough 
ain't no valley low enough 
ain't no river wide enough 
To keep me from getting to you babe." 

This is your day peachy pie, you earned it! 
Enjoy it and cherish it forever in your heart as 
much as I will. 

I love you sweetheart. 

Hugs and kisses, 

Mommy 

xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo 

Look out world here comes Christina! 



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Love, 

Nana, Mom, and Dad 



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COLOPHON 



The Elizabethtown College Conestogan Yearbook of 2006 was an extremely 
difficult, and tedious production to put together, given last year's state of 
the book, in addition of all the associated troubles and tribulations. The 
board of editors of this book have resuscitated the book, its finances, and 
all other influential factors. 

Steven D. Vernaci, Dena A. Schaffer, Jocelyne M. Horstmann, Jennifer E. 
Kline, and also Ryan W. Hofherr immensely improved on the book from 
previous productions, and are proud to display this memorable publication 
to the public, and the campus community as a whole. 

This yearbook was designed with Adobe InDesign CS 2, and also Photoshop 
CS. Three Dell computer systems, two Nikon cameras, a Canon Rebel 
camera, and also an HP scanner were used in production. The book has a 
total of 192 full color pages, which were printed on #100 enamel. Exactly 
400 copies were printed. 

The Conestogan staff of 2005-2006 would like to extend a much deserved 
thank you to the following individuals: Ed Patrick, Jr., (Taylor Publishing 
Sales Representative), Robert Porter (Taylor Publishing Account Executive), 
Seana Litt (Taylor Publishing) for her direct assistance and help with the 
book, Mark Duff and Megan Thoman for their continued support and services 
at DaVor Photography, Ian Showalter (Sports Information Director), Lori 
Hixon (Director of College Relations), Benjamin Goodhart and Diana Lynn 
Horn (Business Office), Information and Technology Services, Mail Services, 
and any other specific individuals, or Elizabethtown departments that were 
unfortunately not included due to space constraints. Lastly, we would 
like to take a moment to thank Tamara L. Gillis, Associate Professor of 
Communications, Department Chair, and our yearbook advisor. Ultimately, 
Dr. Gillis has been there to provide confidence, support, and direction 
toward the publication of this book, and for its future. 

The Conestogan office is located in the Brossman Commons Student Center 
in room #246. They can be reached via telephone at 717-361-1107, email at 
conestogan@etown.edu, or online at http://www.etown.edu/conestogan. 



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